High-speed USB 2.0
High bandwidth and low latency
The MicroBook II can record and play all channels simultaneously, and high-speed USB 2.0 provides plenty of bandwidth, even at 96 kHz.
Flexible volume control
Digital encoders push and turn
The two digital rotary encoders not only look good, they feel good, too. Push the volume knob repeatedly to cycle among the main outs, headphones, or both, as indicated by the LEDs. For the mic input, adjust trim and toggle 48V phantom power or the -20 dB pad. Hands-on control is immediate and intuitive.
Personal recording with no-compromise, professional I/O connections
XLR mic input
Go ahead: connect your $5000 mic. This preamp is worthy of the best you've got.
Hi-Z guitar in
Proper impedance delivers totally authentic guitar tones that feel right as you play.
Add a keyboard or other line level input on balanced connectors for pristine sound.
Multiple independent outputs
Feed independent audio to each output pair: main out, line out, and phones.
Balanced line level connectors
Protect your mix from AC hum and RF noise with balanced connections.
Digital controlled analog trim
You get the best of both worlds: analog sound quality with digital precision.
Mixing and effects
It's an 8-bus digital mixer, too
The MicroBook is an 8-bus digital mixer that lets you mix live inputs with each other, with or without host software tracks. With CueMix FX running on your computer, you can create separate mixes of live audio from your mic, guitar, and keyboard, and send each mix to separate outputs (main out, line out, and phones out) or any combination of all three.
Solid metal chassis
MOTU interfaces are built to last
The MicroBook aluminum alloy chassis is lightweight, yet incredibly sturdy and durable, and designed to withstand the rigors of the studio, stage, and tour bus. In a world awash with cheap plastic, the cool touch of the MicroBook II's metal exterior in your hands is a reassuring reminder that you are holding quality engineering and construction built to last.
The engineering behind the MicroBook II runs deep, to give your audio recordings the depth of quality they deserve
Six simultaneous outputs
Output three stereo pairs simultaneously. They can match or be completely independent.
Record your projects at 88.2 or 96 kHz for true HD audio resolution.
Tune your guitar or other instrument to within a hundredth of a cent with this easy-to-read meter.
Generate sine waves and white or pink noise to calibrate and fine-tune your entire studio.
Visualize the harmonic content of your mix with dynamic animation and vivid color.
Turn your computer into a sophisticated oscilloscope with digital precision.