Presonus Audio Electronics Capture 2.0


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Presonus Audio Electronics Capture 2.0

Recording software
Designed specifically for live recording, Capture is bundled with all PreSonus StudioLive-series digital recording and performance mixers and is preconfigured for instant use. Version 2 further streamlines workflow and adds significant new safety features. A new start page lets the user instantly create new sessions and access previous sessions. A new big meter mode turns a computer monitor into a gigantic meter bridge that is clearly visible from a considerable distance. Clicking the record now button creates a new session and immediately starts recording. A new pre-record feature captures audio on all tracks, starting up to a minute before record is pressed. Even saving a session can be automated, with user-definable auto-save intervals. Capture also stores the active session automatically whenever the transport is stopped and the session is changed.
800-750-0323
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www.presonus.com


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