Antelope Audio has introduced the Edge Go bus-powered modeling microphone alongside the Orion32+ | Gen 3 and Orion32 HD | Gen 3 flagship audio interfaces at the 2019 NAMM Show in Southern California, January 24-27.
The Edge Duo bus-powered, multi-pattern, large-diaphragm condenser mic powered by a console-grade mic preamp, high- end AD converter, and signature Antelope Audio FPGA FX processing.
Connected via USB-C and equipped with a 3.5mm headphone jack for real-time monitoring, Edge Go achieves an entire processed vocal chain at the hardware level — and all in real-time. With a variety of condenser mic models and a special selection of lifelike vintage compressor and EQ effects, plus built-in de-essing, gating/expansion, tape saturation, and reverb all controlled by an intuitive PC/Mac app.
Offering a collection of channel strip presets, Edge Go is crafted by industry pros for radio, podcast, Twitch stream, or album with practically imperceptible latency.
The Orion32+ | Gen 3 offers the same connectivity, flexibility, and channel counts to the production table as the original Orion32+ with elevated operating levels (+24dBu max), upgraded AD/DA conversion, fast and stable custom Thunderbolt driver for Windows, as well as a major facelift.
Just like its predecessor, the Orion32+ | Gen 3 stands ready to take over studios and live shows internationally. It will be available at an even more accessible starting price with a selection of real-time, FPGA-powered effects from the astronomical Antelope Audio collection.
The Orion32 HD | Gen 3 includes all the power of the original, now upgraded with Antelope Audio’s flagship- level AD/DA conversion. Its monitor output pair has been measured at 136dB dynamic range.
Edge Go, Orion32+ | Gen 3, and Orion32 HD | Gen 3 are all expected to start shipping in Q1 2019 with estimated retail prices of $1,595.00 USD, $2,595.00 USD, and $3,995.00 USD, respectively. Note that the Edge Go package includes the modeling microphone itself, a desktop mic stand, a pro-grade pop filter, a custom shock mount, a USB-C cable, and a hard shell carrying case — everything needed to begin recording anywhere, immediately.