The UR44 close-up
UR44 front panel
1. 2 XLR/TS combo connectors for mic/Hi-Z and peak indicator for inputs 1 and 2
2. 2 XLR/TRS combo connectors for mic/line and peak indicator for inputs 3 and 4
3. 2 +48 V phantom power indicators for inputs 1/2 and 3/4
4. Power indicator
5. 2 gain controls for inputs 1 and 2
6. 2 gain controls for inputs 3 and 4
7. Phantom power switch for input 1/2
8. Phantom power switch for input 3/4
9. 2 headphone volume control knobs
10. 2 headphones outputs
11. Main output volume control
UR44 back panel
1. Standby/On switch
2. Power supply connector
3. USB 2.0 port
4. Class compliant mode switch
5. MIDI output socket
6. MIDI input socket
7. Main output L/R, 2 analog TRS line outputs
8. 4 analog TRS line outputs
9. 2 analog TRS line inputs
UR44 setup scenarios
Dynamic and condenser mics, guitars, headphones, MIDI equipment, iPads, line-level input sources like digital instruments and audio playback equipment: the UR44 features connections that cover a huge range of recording and production scenarios.
Connection example (front)
Recording a small band or group is one of the UR44’s many inherent strengths: one mic on input 1, a guitar plugged directly into the UR44 on input 2, and input 3 and 4 acting as a stereo pair recording a digital instrument like a synth or keyboard.
Connection example with laptop (rear)
MIDI-based composers looking for a new interface for composing on a laptop need look no further! Hook up your keyboard to the UR44 MIDI port, and your monitor speakers to the main output.
Connection example with iPad (rear)
Connecting an iPad or iPhone requires a compatible Apple camera adapter*. Once attached, the iPad can host music apps like Steinberg’s Cubasis, while the MIDI I/O ports hook up to sound modules, a MIDI keyboard or drum pad controller. Monitor speakers pumping out the main mix are attached to the dedicated main output sockets.
*iPad Camera Connection Kit, Lightning to USB Camera Adapter or Lightning to USB 3 Camera Adapter
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