Audio-Technica and Audient package
Tuesday, 5 September 2017
audientThe Essential Studio Kit delivers a significant saving on the RRP of the individual components
UK - Audio-Technica has collaborated with Audient to deliver the AT2035-Studio ‘Essential Studio Kit’, a microphone/interface/headphone bundle ideal for budding producers and musicians in home studios or on the move.
Comprising Audio-Technica’s perennially popular AT2035 large diaphragm cardioid condenser mic and ATH-M40x studio monitor headphones, the Essential Studio Kit is completed by Audient’s outstanding iD4 Black USB audio interface.
Featuring a renowned Audient mic preamp, the 2-in/2-out iD4 Black boasts class-leading converter technology, JFET DI and the company’s ScrollControl virtual scroll wheel technology.
The Essential Studio Kit delivers a significant saving on the RRP of the individual components when bought separately – and also includes no less than £500 of Audient curated free plug-ins, production tools and training (available on registration of the iD4 Black on Audient’s ARC webpage.
Audio-Technica marketing manager professional audio EMEA Tim Page said, “We’re delighted to have teamed up with Audient for the AT2035-Studio Essential Studio Kit. It’s great to be able to offer three highly respected products in the kit, ideal for a young producer’s first project studio set-up and as a compact mobile rig for hotel room demos, location recording and more.
“With the included software downloads, the AT2035-Studio offers everything needed to start recording – and the bundle’s two-year warranty also allows users real peace of mind.”
Andy Allen, Audient marketing manager added: "We are really pleased to have partnered with Audio Technica on the AT2035 Essential Studio Kit and believe the AT2035 mic and ATH-M40x are the perfect partners for iD4 Black in both quality and reputation. Alongside the creative tools provided through our software hub ARC, we’re confident producers and musicians will have everything they need to make a professional recording from the start."
(Jim Evans)

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