#ExperienceRME at NAMM Show 2018

The NAMM Show is the global crossroads of the music, sound and event technology products industries with more than 100,000 registrants from 139 countries and regions commanding $10+ billion in buying power.

ADI-2 DAC - The ideal center piece from home listening up to studio reference playback

The ADI-2 DAC two-channel interface features outstanding audio quality and a wide range of conversion options in an extremely compact 9.5-inch chassis. Despite its diminutive size, the ADI-2 provides top-notch AD/DA-conversion from/to SPDIF, AES and ADAT, at up to 768 kHz, making it a perfect solution for critical listening, mixing and mastering. It features a pair of balanced analog inputs and outputs that utilize the same circuit design as RME’s famous ADI-8 DS, guaranteeing exceptionally low noise and distortion.

A headphone output with independent volume control is available for monitoring and can combine with TotalMix Remote for a convenient HiFi headphone playback solution with tablet-based volume control. RME’s SteadyClock technology ensures optimal conversion performance, while 3-stage hardware input and output level control helps tweak your signal every step of the way to guarantee perfect headroom and compatibility with any studio environment.

The ADI-2 DAC’s front panel features an easy-to-read 6 LED level meter, as well as push-button control over input and output levels and the ability to select between available clock speeds, and digital input and output paths. The unit also features an external switching power supply in accordance with the ‘Universal Power Supply’ philosophy of many RME interfaces, ensuring plug and play performance in any environment. The unit’s additional internal switching power supply has been specially designed and optimized for audio applications and accepts any voltage from 7 to 30 V, be it AC or DC, and even runs on batteries and rechargeable batteries.

 

Enter to win a Babyface Pro

#ExperienceRME and enter for a chance to win the Babyface Pro. We will be holding a new drawing at 4:30 PM (Sunday 3 PM) each day of the show. Participating is easy, stop by and say hello, play your favorite Instrument and listen thru the RME Audio Babyface Pro. The Booth Girls scan your badge to be entered, that’s it!

Soul artist Ellis Hall

The RME booth is sure to draw music fans over the course of the exhibition, hosting former Tower of Power lead singer and Ambassador of Soul artist Ellis Hall Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 11 am, 2pm and 4pm, as well as legendary bassist Chuck Rainey and veteran drummer John Martinez both of Rhythm Intensive on Friday and Saturday at noon.

 

TotalMix Remote

RME’s latest software, TotalMix Remote enhances the power of RME interfaces by enabling remote control via iOS, PC or Mac. With a straightforward set up process — simply enter the IP address of the computer you would like to control with TotalRemix Remote and get going — users can quickly adjust any aspect of TotalMix FX on a host system while walking around the studio with their tablet, or from a control room located elsewhere in the facility. The remote software mirrors the exact state of the host system, including the entire display of the interface, the current input and output routing, and all settings including level meters.

Because TotalMix Remote is TCP-based, it minimizes the burden on both the remote client and the host and boasts a very low system load and minimal latency, besting browser-based network solutions in performance. Even using standard WiFi, TotalMix Remote works quickly and seamlessly, handling rapid fader movements without lag. TotalMix Remote is also compatible with RME’s popular ARC USB, a usb-based remote control with a rotary wheel and 15 freely programmable illuminated buttons.

A powerful way to control your RME system on the move, or manage multi-device, multi-host workflows, or even allow users to tweak their own monitor mixes, the possibilities of TotalMix Remote are numerous and further expand the functionality of the industry’s most capable recording interfaces.

Find us from Thursday, January 25 to Sunday, January 28 at the Anaheim Convention Center, booth 14701. See you there!

 

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