Award-winning producer, director, teacher and trainer Larry Jordan recently reviewed IK's new iRig Pro Quattro I/O. Looking at it from the perspective of video production in the field, he highly recommends the portable 4-input recording interface and mixer.
I like the iRig Pro Quattro I/O, especially if I were streaming live audio from remote locations. It is lightweight, capable and takes almost no space in a travel kit. This device is also worth considering for recording up to four mics in the field to bring back for later editing.
"The purpose of the iRig is to digitize up to four channels of audio, mix them as needed, then send them to another device for streaming or recording. Since I don't create music, I'll look at this from the perspective of field video production.
I am impressed with the iRig Pro Quattro I/O. I like that it supports up to four channels, provides a variety of audio output options, has controls that move easily then stay put and provides easy-to-read audio meters to keep levels safe.
There are many things I like about the iRig Pro Quattro I/O:
Whoever designed the iRig Pro, from IK Multimedia, knows field audio. They created a very capable, portable, multi-channel audio interface that can connect to a computer, phone or camera.
"It supports all major computers, mobile devices and any camera with an audio input; outputs in all common formats; and supports bit depths and sample rates that far exceed human hearing. It is a very cool device."
Read Larry Jordan's full review HERE.
iRig Pro Quattro I/O