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A new 8 channels mic pre has just been announced by Audient. EVO SP8 is designed to be the perfect partner for expanding your existing audio interface.

Give your studio the performance and capability boost it needs, providing eight intelligent EVO Preamps that set their own levels with Smartgain, advanced AD/DA converter technology and a versatile range of I/O connectivity.

Add to that two JFET instrument inputs, the all new, groundbreaking Motion UI control system and exceptional audio performance across the board. The EVO SP8 might just be the world’s smartest Mic Preamp.

Bigger sessions demand more channels and expanding your existing audio interface via ADAT might be the most cost effective solution to scale up your studio.

EVO SP8 provides eight mic/line inputs, eight line outputs and 2 x ADAT connections, giving you enough I/O firepower to easily tackle multi-mic sessions like recording drums, or taking on a full band.

Audient evo SP8 mic preamp

Eight EVO preamps will effortlessly level up your recordings, delivering professional grade audio performance backed by 25 years of engineering experience.

They have been designed to deliver the most accurate, clean and true to source version of your audio, no matter what you’re recording.

In the studio, sound is everything and EVO SP8’s high performance AD/DA converters use 32-bit technology to make sure you hear your audio accurately at all times.

More details in the following video:

Make recording drums and larger sessions easy with Smartgain. Automatically set the gain for all eight channels at once with a simple touch of a button.

Powered by the fast quick Smartgain algorithm, the preamp uses advanced peak analysis to automatically analyze, adjust and set the gain levels in less than 20 seconds!

Check the Smartgain option in the following video (referred to the Audient EVO 16 interface):

Audient SP8 preamp will be available by the first quarter of 2023. Check the Milk Audio Store to get yours!

Sono un ingegnere elettronico con la passione per la musica ed il suono. Mi sono avvicinato alla musica da autodidatta (salvo una breve parentesi alla University of the Blues di Dallas) e ho suonato nei peggiori locali italiani (con casuali puntate all'estero).
Ho costruito la mia prima radio FM appena finita la terza media. Ho continuato con amplificatori a valvole e transistor fino ad arrivare alla produzione di circuiti integrati.
Collaboro da anni con varie riviste (cartacee e web) di musica nelle quali mi occupo di recensioni di strumenti musicali e sistemi per l'elaborazione del suono. Trovate le mie pubblicazioni su Accordo (accordo.it), la rivista Chitarre (dal 2010 al 2015) e su Audio Central Magazine (audiocentralmagazine.com).
Produco musica da un po' nello NTFC Studio che serve sostanzialmente per le produzioni di NTFC Band.