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Apogee: Audio Perfection for All Music Lovers

Apogee products are expertly designed and engineered for the highest quality sound right in your own home. Apogee Electronic products are used by professional engineers and aspiring artists, alike.

Any of the Apogee products featured below would serve as a perfect gift for the musician in your family this holiday season.

Apogee: MiC

The first studio-quality digital microphone for GarageBand on iPad, iPhone and Mac

  • MiC’s PureDIGITAL technology delivers a pristine signal of your voice, instrument or any sound source to your iPad,
  • iPhone or Mac for professional quality recording
  • MiC’s gain wheel and single LED meter make it easy to set the perfect, noise-free level for recording.
  • Simply adjust the gain wheel while checking your sound. If the LED is red, it’s too loud. If the LED is green then you’re ready to record
  • Plug-and-play feature means there’s no set up or configuration for easy use
  • 44.1/48 kHz, 24-bit analog to digital conversion; studio quality preamp with up to 40dB of gain
  • Compact and portable so it’s easy to take anywhere you want to record

Available at: Apple retail stores, Amazon.com, Guitar Center, B&H, Sweetwater
Price: $199

Apogee: Jam

The first studio-quality guitar interface that makes a digital connection to both iOS devices and Mac, delivering the guitar’s true tone

  • A studio-quality guitar interface to record, practice of jam anywhere with ease of use at an unprecedented price
  • Multicolor LED for status indicated and input level monitoring
  • Control knobs allows easy input level adjustment
  • 44.1/48 kHz, 24-bit analog to digital conversion; studio quality instrument preamp with up to 40dB of gain
  • High quality locking output connects directly to iPad or iPhone or USB port on a Mac

Available at: Apple retail stores, Amazon.com, Guitar Center, B&H, Sweetwater
Price: $99

Apogee: Duet 2

Award-winning 2 IN x 4 OUT audio interface for Mac delivering incredible sound quality

  • 2 microphone preamps with up to 75dB of gain, A/D and D/A conversion at 24-bit/192kHz captures audio with professional clarity and dimension
  • High resolution, full color screen delivers visual feedback for multiple functions including metering, numeric value for input/output levels, grouping, muting and more
  • Multi-function controller knob set within a sleek aluminum chassis allows user to quickly and easily toggle through the inputs and outputs
  • Designed exclusively for Mac, Logic, FinalCut and GarageBand

Available at: Apple retail stores, Amazon.com, Guitar Center, B&H, Sweetwater
Price: $595

Apogee: Quartet

4 IN x 8 OUT professional USB audio interface designed to deliver the ultimate desktop recording experience for Mac-based studios

  • Ergonomic, angular design and intuitive user interface is inspiring, easy to use, and fits into any workplace
  • 6 QuickTouch Pads makes it easy to access all important recording, monitoring functions; all Input/Output touchpads feature an LED highlight ring
  • AD/DA converters offer best-in-class sound quality and pro studio flexibility in a home studio setting
  • USB 2.0 High-speed Mac audio interface

Available at: Guitar Center, B&H, Sweetwater
Price: $1295

The featured items are available at the above listed stores as well as the Apogee website: www.apogeedigital.com

Just in case anyone was wondering what I wanted for Christmas ANY of the above will do :)

TJ Jordanhttp://www.about.me/tejor
Apple product enthusiast, dance mom, Spoonie, lover of all things Marvel ;). If there's a gadget that's chic and geek, TJ is all about it!


  1. I think it’s more so that the makers of these products are helping to make it more affordable to have a home studio, but I also love that a lot of the latest products are also pc compatible.

    The good thing about Garage Band is that it actually gives guitars lessons. At least lesson enough so you sound like you have some talent. I doubt you’ll be doing a solo guitar riff on whatever track you’re working on LOL

    I would definitely consider doing a how to when I get a review unit – unless someone wants to give me an early Christmas present since all the products are available now :) lol.


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