PreSonus is shipping the new Revelator io24 USB-C audio interface, which integrates high-headroom mic preamps, a two-channel loopback mixer and processing to deliver results for streaming, podcasting and music production.
Revelator io24 is an audio interface designed for both recording and streaming. Its mixer lets users record Zoom calls or Skype interviews and add backing tracks and sound effects for podcasts, livestream performances, music production and more. Engage Stream Mix mode with the click of a button; your complete mix-analog inputs, loopback channels, reverb and effects are routed to the USB output.
Two analog mic/instrument/line inputs are available with PreSonus’ professional-grade XMAX-L microphone preamps that can be stereo-linked. You also get two balanced 1/4-inch line outputs, a high-powered headphone output, professional metering and zero-latency monitoring. You can record up to 24-bit, 96 kHz audio to the included Studio One Artist or other recording and production software.
Here’s a video explaining how it works:
Process each input channel using PreSonus’ famed Fat Channel DSP, which provides a high-pass filter, four-band parametric EQ, compressor, gate and limiter. Apply the detuner, vocoder, ring modulator, filters and delay to create effects.
Revelator io24 locally stores two presets per channel. Eight more factory presets can be loaded from Universal Control for fast processing. The Fat Channel processing also is fully editable, so you can create your own presets. Presets are available for each processor so you can quickly make customized channel settings. Revelator io24 is $200.