iConnectivity’s Audio4c is an “inventive” audio and MIDI interface designed for modern workflows

As producers’ requirements change, so must the equipment they use, and with the Audio4c iConnectivity believes it has come with a audio/MIDI interface that will suit the modern-day musician.

Designed for live streaming, performance and – yes – good old-fashioned recording, this promises supposedly powerful software routing options designed to streamline your workflow.

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Depending on the mode you choose, inputs and outputs are automatically configured for streaming, recording or performance. You get four 1/4″ XLR/TRS combo analog inputs, six outputs, USB-MIDI and DIN MIDI.

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The Audio4c is controlled from the Auracle X software application, making the setup process easy.

Hit the Stream button, for example, and you can mix and match inputs and outputs from multiple devices.

In Play mode, meanwhile, the Audio4c can be used without a computer to process live instruments in real time or provide the frontend to a playback system.

It’s also a truly cross-platform interface – it works on Mac, PC, iOS, and Android. And, since there are two USB-C ports, it lets you connect two devices simultaneously and mix their workflows.

The Audio4c is expected to have a retail price of $400. Learn more about the iConnectivity website.