Whether you're recording in the studio, taking direct output feeds off of an analog mixer, or using it live onstage, the MOTU Ultralite AVB gives you the flexibility and low latency you need. Like the rest of MOTU's popular AVB-equipped audio interfaces, the Ultralite AVB lets you send and receive analog and digital audio across a standard network. The internal mixer also includes all kinds of DSP processing, summing, and routing options too, and between its high-speed USB 2.0 connectivity and additional optical I/O, you can easily expand the capabilities of your MOTU Ultralite AVB.
Versatile I/O for the flexibility you need
Powerful built-in effects and routing
Imagine the possibilities with AVB expansion
The Ultralite AVB follows this legacy without fail, packing plenty of great-sounding inputs and outputs into a fantastically affordable mobile unit. This includes a 10-in/6-out analog I/O with two stellar microphone preamps, two HiZ guitar inputs, and a 117dB dynamic range that stands up to some of the most impressive gear on the market. On top of that, the Ultralite AVB offers you digital inputs via optical I/O and MIDI in and out for your keyboard or other MIDI controllers.
The onboard DSP mixer offers a number of advantages you'll find useful in a variety of settings, such as when you're connected via USB or using the Ultralite AVB in a standalone format. This digital mixer supports up to 48 inputs (via AVB expansion) and 12 stereo busses, allowing you to set up extremely complex routing schemes completely independent of your computer.
In fact, if you connect a wireless router to your Ultralite AVB, you can access all of its internal mixing functions via an app on your iOS device or any device connected to your WiFi network, turning this powerful audio interface into a fully capable standalone mixer.
Speaking of onboard processing and effects, whether you're in the studio or onstage with your Ultralite AVB, you'll find a ton of uses for its DSP EQ, compression, gate, and reverb including the built-in accurate model of the legendary LA-2A optical compressor which provides vintage, musical automatic gain control.