Le gros son des studios devient nomade
Universal Audio a créé la Volt 476 à l’intention de toutes celles et ceux, groupes de musique, réalisateurs(trices) artistiques, livestreamers et créateurs(trices) de contenus, qui souhaitent travailler en collaboration sur des projets de plus grande ampleur, tout en profitant du gros son des studios. Branchez votre Volt directement à votre Mac, PC, iPad ou iPhone, elle apparaîtra immédiatement et vous pourrez capturer instantanément vos idées en bénéficiant du son légendaire d’Universal Audio.
Produire de la musique, des livestreams et des podcasts professionnels sur Mac, PC, iPad et iPhone
Enregistrer votre voix ou votre guitare avec un son de qualité studio grâce au mode Vintage Mic Preamp
Apporter netteté et punch à vos voix, instruments et à d’autres sources à l’aide du compresseur analogique basé sur le célèbre 1176 d’UA
Produire vos projets avec une suite de logiciels musicaux et de traitements audio indispensables, notamment Ableton Live, Melodyne, Virtual Drummer d'UJAM, des amplis Marshall, Ampeg, etc.
La meilleure qualité sonore pour vos productions
Dernière innovation de l’équipe qui vous a apporté la révolutionnaire interface Apollo, la Volt 476 vous fait bénéficier d’une qualité sonore supérieure. Aucune autre interface USB de cette catégorie n’est capable de vous offrir un son avec autant de caractère.
Retrouvez un son classique avec le mode Vintage Mic Preamp
Le son des préamplis micro vintage à lampes 610 d’Universal Audio n’a pas d’équivalent sur le marché. Vous l’avez entendu sur les disques des plus grands, de Ray Charles à Van Halen. La Volt 476 vous fait bénéficier de toute la richesse de ce préampli iconique, grâce à son émulation de circuit à lampes intégrée, une exclusivité d’UA.
Contrôlez les pics de volume grâce au compresseur d’UA
Le compresseur 76 intégré à la Volt 476 vous fait bénéficier d’une présence et d’une dynamique sonores hors pair. Cet innovant circuit analogique inspiré du célèbre processeur 1176 Limiting Amplifier d’UA propose trois presets sur mesure pour dompter voix, guitares, synthés et boîtes à rythmes. Vous n’avez qu’à brancher votre instrument ou micro, choisir un réglage, et le tour est joué.
La Volt 476 présente une connectique simple composée de quatre entrées et quatre sorties. Branchez vos micros, guitares ou synthés en façade, puis vos enceintes ou votre casque pour monitorer l’audio sans latence. Avec la Volt, vous créerez comme les pros, sans perdre une minute.
Une suite de logiciels audio pour ne jamais être à court d’inspiration
Certaines interfaces audio sont livrées avec une poignée d’applications audio souvent choisies au hasard. Ce n’est pas le cas de la Volt. Au lieu de cela, nous avons concocté un bundle d’outils de production musicale, d’instruments et d’effets virtuels de choix développés par la crème de l’industrie.
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Compatible avec les iPad & iPhone
Vous aimez voyager léger ? Branchez la Volt 476 à votre iPad ou iPhone pour créer facilement des rythmes et des samples, enregistrer les répétitions de votre groupe et éditer vos morceaux, n’importe où.*
À vos côtés durant de nombreuses années
Avec sa robuste construction en métal, ses flancs en bois de style rétro et son élégant design, la Volt 476 apporte une touche de raffinement à votre espace de production. Son style impeccable vous accompagnera pendant des décennies.
L'inspiration n'attend pas. Regardez les vidéos.*La Volt requiert une alimentation externe et un adaptateur Apple Lightning vers USB (à l’exception des modèles d’iPad équipés du port USB-C).
30 novembre 2022
Great preamps and sound quality
I had the ID14 mkii interface (great interface and great quality for sure) and I've decided to change it for the Volt 476 because of the compressor and the vintage thing and I couldn't be...En lire plus
19 novembre 2022
Bought this interface to have one at home besides my main one at my studio, but I guess it will end up replacing it, it sounds good! Very simple to use but very versatile...En lire plus
31 octobre 2022
Great preamps and sound quality
I really live almost all of this soundcard. The only issue i found is no gain on the 3 and 4 Inputs And also cannot control with the big volume knob the output 3 or...En lire plus
26 octobre 2022
I've owned many interfaces over the years. My new Volt 476 works great with Cubase 12 pro. The analog vintage preamp and compressors are a big reason why I got it. I was tired of using all...En lire plus
18 octobre 2022
Love the Preamps, Compressor, & Vintage Buttons and Oh So Sweet
Recently took a chance on the Volt 476 interface. I would've liked the unit with 4 preamps, but beyond my budget. This is the 4th USB I have bought...En lire plus
2 juillet 2022
5 stars product
As a first real audio interface, I was looking for a studio quality package with an integrated solution (compressor, plugins) as...En lire plus
Included Software for Mac & PC
Offering a powerful DAW, vintage guitar and bass amps, industry-leading virtual instruments, and much more, Volt gives you everything you need to start producing music, podcasts, and livestreams, right out of the box.
- Marshall Plexi Classic Amplifier
- Live 11 Lite
- Melodyne Essential
- Ampeg® SVT-VR Classic Bass Amp
- LX480 Essentials
- Virtual Drummer DEEP
- Virtual Bassist DANDY
Marshall Plexi Classic Amp Bundle by Softube
Create with an expertly modeled version of the iconic British amp that invented the sound of rock. Plus, shape your tones further with the included Softube Time & Tone Bundle, featuring additional reverb, delay, compression, and saturation plug-ins.
Ableton Live 11 Lite
Packed with all the effects, instruments, and features you need to make professional music productions, Live is fast, fluid, and flexible software for music creation and performance.
Melodyne Essential by Celemony
Easily correct the pitch of recordings and samples with quick, intelligent note-based processing, and tune vocal and instrument tracks for more professional-sounding recordings and mixes.
Ampeg® SVT-VR Classic Bass Bundle by Plugin Alliance
Get all the massive, earth-shaking tube tone of Ampeg’s iconic bass amp. Plus, use the bx_tuner for quick tuning and the powerful bx_masterdesk plug‑in to add the final touch to any source.
LX480 Essentials by Relab Development
Add lush dimension and ambience with Relab's expert model of this classic '80s digital reverb unit. You can also add complex delay and modulation textures for space and movement to your tracks.
Virtual Drummer DEEP by UJAM
From classic soul and funk rhythms of the ‘60s and ‘70s to contemporary pop and rock styles, DEEP sports UJAM’s dynamic "round-robin" algorithm, giving you drum tracks that sound like the real thing.
Virtual Bassist DANDY by UJAM
Get classic flatwound bass sounds for soul, pop, blues, and rock tracks with UJAM's custom-made DSP algorithms. DANDY automatically follows the key and chord you play, intelligently selecting musical bass articulations to make your tracks shine.
LABS by Spitfire Audio
Delivering on-the-spot inspiration for music productions, soundtracks, and podcasts, LABS is a curated virtual instrument library that features strings, pianos, percussion, synths, guitars, and more.
● Interface audio USB au format desktop de quatre entrées / quatre sorties, équipée de convertisseurs 24 bits / 192 kHz de pointe, pour Mac, PC, iPad et iPhone
● Mode Vintage Mic Preamp pour enregistrer voix et guitare en profitant de la richesse sonore d’un préampli à lampes iconique d’UA
● Compresseur 76 pour apporter netteté et punch aux voix, instruments et à d’autres sources, grâce à un circuit analogique basé sur le célèbre 1176 d’UA
● Suite de logiciels musicaux et de traitements audio indispensables dont Ableton Live, Melodyne, Virtual Drummer d’UJAM, des amplis virtuels Marshall, Ampeg, etc.
● Ampli casque de qualité pro pour un monitoring détaillé, avec un bon niveau de volume
● Alimentation fantôme de 48 V pour les micros électrostatiques (à condensateurs)
● Monitoring direct, pour enregistrer sans latence
● Construction robuste et élégante pour des années d’utilisation
● 1 entrée et 1 sortie MIDI
● Câble USB-C vers USB-A fourni
● Bloc d’alimentation de 5 V DC fourni
To see full system requirements, click here.
Great preamps and sound quality
I had the ID14 mkii interface (great interface and great quality for sure) and I've decided to change it for the Volt 476 because of the compressor and the vintage thing and I couldn't be happier. It's working like a charm on Logic Pro X and Ableton 11. Also the plugins that comes with the interface are really good.
Bought this interface to have one at home besides my main one at my studio, but I guess it will end up replacing it, it sounds good! Very simple to use but very versatile
Great preamps and sound quality
I really live almost all of this soundcard.
The only issue i found is no gain on the 3 and 4 Inputs
And also cannot control with the big volume knob the output 3 or 4... This is a good thing on studio for check song in other system monitors
I've owned many interfaces over the years. My new Volt 476 works great with Cubase 12 pro. The analog vintage preamp and compressors are a big reason why I got it. I was tired of using all those outboard boxes - compressors and high-end preamps and wanted a simple but efficient set. It all works like I expected and the interface feels and look like quality.
Love the Preamps, Compressor, & Vintage Buttons and Oh So Sweet
Recently took a chance on the Volt 476 interface. I would've liked the unit with 4 preamps, but beyond my budget. This is the 4th USB I have bought over the years. I have only used it a few times now, but much easier thus far. I am using Cubase 12 and it was nearly plug and play. Everything worked the first time which is way better than my last few experiences using Tascam and Alesis gear. I chose this interface specifically on recommendation by my producer friends that love UA gear. I am a folk and blues singer songwriter who occasionally likes to shred. Thus far I've only used lines in and direct bass through the on-board compressors and "vintage" button. Way cool. I would highly recommend this. There is no detectable delay in monitoring and the onboard compressor and vintage have not yet showed any slow downs of processing. Dont hate on me, but I am using windows laptop which is not latest and greatest and I'm still getting wonderful results. Thanks Universal Audio.
Missed the mark in multiple areas for me
I was really excited to have my first UA product. Just sitting on my desk it looks awesome. Let me preface this review by saying it didn't work for me and I'll tell you why, but that doesn't mean it wouldn't work for you.
The reason I got this is because I have a Kemper - which doesn't have an audio interface. What I wanted to do was have something I could use with Windows audio through my studio monitors , with my Kemper, and with a Mic for maybe podcasting or YouTube videos while I played guitar. Or, just play backing tracks and play along on my Kemper or whatever.
Staring with the good, the windows audio comes through clear and strong - and sounds amazing. Listening to music or playing games was amazing.
With the Kemper I struggled. There is no S/PDIF so I had to use inputs 1/2 or 3/4 both for stereo with my Kemper (This would be true with Helix, AxeFx, or any of the multiple devices that still use S/PDIF). Honestly inputs 1/2 sounded bad. 3/4 sounded good but I had to crank the volume on the monitor knob to max - which messed up the Windows audio and made me turn the volume in Windows down to like 10/100.
You need to be able to control the volume of the Windows audio via the device or device software - as well as inputs 3/4 if there are no knows for them. Why is the Windows audio so loud compared to the inputs? A device like this should have loopback - most people need that for podcasting with instruments.
Sadly - I had to send it back. I really wanted to be a UA fanboy. I ended up getting a used Presonus Studio 1824c for about 50 dollars more that does everything I need - and has plenty of power. I can't even turn this thing half way up. It doesn't look as cool as the UA device - and doesn't have the Mojo, but I did what I had to - to meet my needs.
Weak mic preamps
Very little gain from mic preamps. I returned it to Sweetwater and purchased audio fuse. Much better. Disappointed in UA. I own Apollo quad and twin. These have the best preamps. UA could have done better with the volt
5 stars product
As a first real audio interface, I was looking for a studio quality package with an integrated solution (compressor, plugins) as a real alternative to my guitar amps and to be able to play live and to record/play at home.
I got everything ! An amazing product and a fantastic "one size fit all solution" !!!
E. von Lippke
Excellent device, I’m so happy !!
1 HUGE design flaw! Move that PHANTOM POWER
This product overall is very good. I’m fortunate enough to have not yet had this happen, but the phantom power button is RIGHT on the front and super easy to accidentally hit, which most certainly can fry your gear! This is a HUGE no for me. This is my second audio interface, and I prefer the interface of this one, but that button MUST be moved. It has no business being that easy to hit. For beginners or gigging artists, that is just irresponsible placement. Seriously I don’t know how it made it through your QA department. ANY button that ups the power for only specific gear should be covered, and placed in a location that will not easily be bumped. There is plenty of real estate on that front panel. Please guys, do your community all a favor and move that hot button. I would have otherwise given a 5/5. Audio quality is dank, super fast USBC data transfer, wicked quick MIDI. For real. You’re doing yourselves a disservice leaving yourself open to angry patrons who accidentally fried they’re gear!
I purchased the 476 due to upgrading my macos past mojave and i had a 32 bit interface, i needed 3 to 4 inputs so this is just enough, ideally i need two headphone ports, 1 for me and 1 for the artist but i guess i call always get an adapter or a headphone amp. Things were ok at first but then i started to get pops, clicks and audio dropouts, which i have NEVER EVER had with my last interface for 15 years(thats why i didn't want to get rid of it) and when i looked at UA connect it said my product wasn't registered/connected which is a total untruth. I tried to fiddle around with some settings to get rid of the dropouts/clicks but got nowhere at first, then a couple weeks later after relaunching connect app it finally read connected/registered. its a nice compact interface, it works for my needs but i would of been nice to get a volume knob for ins 3/4.
Inexpensive high-quality interface that sounds great. Preamps sound nice.
UA at its best!
A great device, awesome recordings! Gain controls on inputs 3 and 4 would be a plus.
N. Mohamed Noor
It’s pretty intuitive.
The most beautiful plug and play device I’ve ever expected from UAD as it’s their first invention.
Could have been 5 stars
I love how easy it was to set up my V476. My only complaint is that the unit disables the Macintosh system volume controls, so it makes me always leaning into the desk to lower the volume. I can’t do that from my keyboard. It UA fixed this, then it would be 5 stars.
Experience with Volt 476 has been amazing. The 610 Vintage Preamp and the 1176 Compressor are great options for recording, the signal get stronger and tighter with warm tone.
Comparison to my old interface with the same electric guitar rig and amp, recording was darker sound with my old interface. The Volt 476 sounds brighter, the guitar sounds crystal clear. Love it.
Plus, you get whole punch of plugins, love the Relab reverb.
A product that I absolutely adore
It is obvious that the brand has proven itself in this sector. The material quality and functionality of the product are also excellent. It more than met my expectations.
Mostly Happy!! But a little disappointed with channels 3/4
First the good; sound quality is amazing, 1176 Compression circuitry sounds really warm - especially with guitar input, knobs feel great and really like all of the options on monitor signal routing!
I do a lot of video working with some songwriting friends - we generally record in video so we can teach guitar parts (then add new tracks later in DAW). I got this unit because I needed 4 input channels (stereo guitar, and stereo drums - from line-level output drum machine). Guitar signals come from stereo signal processor, and drum machine stereo outputs routed in via channels 3/4. Problem is the gain on channels 3/4 is super low and there is no adjustment. (I knew that there was no adjustment from the specs when I purchased the device, but these inputs are not anywhere close to evin unity gain. I tested the signal levels with a meter and also plugged in to channels 1/2 all was good. With the gain at 100% on the drum machine I can barely hear the drums in the monitor signal. Ended up having to put a DC-powered line amplifier for the drums upstream of the 476. The DC aspect of the amplifier meant I had virtually no perceivable noise on the drum channels.
I went this route instead of a mixer to basically have no noise in my input signals. It all works fine, at this point i'm not sure if thi is normal or I have a defective unit.
I'm using the compressor, the vintage effect and channels 3/4... 3 for harmony, 4 for guitar in, both from a harmony/guitar effects stompbox. With doublers on both, I will get sweet backup guitar & vocals. I had to add an inexpensive mixer to amplify the box to line level for the 3/4 inputs. We be cookin'!
Great upgrade from my last interface
It’s been a great upgrade for me especially with my Rode NT2A