Nimm auf wie ein Profi, egal wo.
Wir haben Volt 2 für Sänger, Songwriter, Gitarristen und Content Creators entwickelt, die auf einfache Weise Audio mit legendärem Studiosound aufnehmen wollen. Schließe Volt einfach an Deinen Mac, PC, iPad oder iPhone an und schon ist es bereit, Deine Inspiration mit professionellem Studiosound einzufangen — in unnachahmlicher Universal Audio Qualität.
Ganz einfach legendär klingende Musikproduktionen, Livestreams und Podcasts auf Mac, PC, iPad und iPhone erstellen
Deine Stimme oder Gitarre mit sattem, vollem Sound im Vintage Mic Preamp-Modus aufnehmen
Mit einer essentiellen Suite von Audio- und Musiksoftware produzieren, darunter Ableton, Melodyne, UJAMs Virtual Drummer, Marshall, Ampeg und weiteren
Dein Desktop-Produktionsstudio um ein elegantes Interface herum aufbauen, das dafür ausgelegt ist, Dich jahrelang bei Aufnahmen zu Hause und unterwegs zu begleiten
Kollaboriere mit der besten Audioqualität seiner Klasse
Von dem Team, welches das bahnbrechende Apollo-Interface entwickelt hat, liefert Volt 2 eine überragende Studio-Klangqualität mit mehr Charakter und Klang als jedes andere USB Interface in seiner Klasse.
Magische Vocals einfangen mit dem Vintage Mic Preamp Mode
Es gibt nur wenige Sounds, die mit einem legendären Universal Audio 610 Röhrenvorverstärker vergleichbar sind, wie er für Aufnahmen von Ray Charles bis Van Halen verwendet wurde. Volt 2 ermöglicht Dir den satten, vollen Sound dieses ikonischen UA Mikrofon/Line/Instrumenten-Vorverstärkers, dank seiner eingebauten Röhrenemulationsschaltung, die es exklusiv bei UA gibt.
Bleib inspiriert mit einer kuratierten Suite von Audio Software
Einige Audio Interfaces kommen mit einem Sammelsurium an beliebigen Audio-Apps. Aber nicht Volt. Stattdessen haben wir ein Bundle aus ernsthaften Musikproduktions-Tools, virtuellen Instrumenten und Plug-ins von den Besten der Branche zusammengestellt.
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Easy In, Easy Out
Volt 2 bietet einfache 2-in/2-out-Audioanschlüsse. Schließe einfach Deine Mics, Gitarren oder Synthesizer an der Vorderseite an. Schließe dann Deine Lautsprecher oder Kopfhörer an, um Dein Audiomaterial ohne Latenz abzuhören. Mit Volt kannst Du wie ein Profi kreativ werden, blitzschnell.
iPad & iPhone Ready
Mit leichtem Gepäck unterwegs? Schließe Volt 2 an Dein iPad oder iPhone an und schon kannst Du ganz einfach Beats und Samples erstellen, die Proben Deiner Band aufnehmen und Songs überall bearbeiten.*
Inspiration für die kommenden Jahre einfangen
Mit seiner robusten Ganzmetallkonstruktion und dem eleganten, vom Vintage-Stil inspirierten Industriedesign wertet Volt 2 Deinen Produktionsplatz mit Stil auf, gebaut um Jahrzehnte zu überdauern.
Inspiration kommt schnell. Schau Dir die Videos an.*Erfordert ein externes Volt Netzteil und einen Apple Lightning-auf-USB-Kameraadapter (außer iPads mit USB-C).
31. Januar 2023
excellent price quality
Excellent product quality price, the best in its category. The inside vintage compressor is powerfull, great sound quality and...Weiter
15. Januar 2023
This thing sounds great! (with a few complaints)
I needed a stereo interface and didn't have much money. I was just about to go for the Scarlet 2i2 until I discovered the Volt 2. I listened to a lot of comparisons between the two and...Weiter
9. Januar 2023
A great start
Keeping it simple works well, this box is pretty easy to understand even if your not a pro, and seems to just plug and play on a mac, without much fuss. Yes the headphone is a tad loud, but...Weiter
1. Januar 2023
Will be waiting for a rev2
A nice attempt to enter the low-budget market. I love the meters, design, and metal finish, overall it doesn't look or feel cheap, and the software selection it comes with is just perfect....Weiter
1. Januar 2023
Love the preamp on this thing. It really brings some color and some warmth to my instrument and vocal parts. It has def upgraded my game with better quality sound. Love it so far.Weiter
5. Dezember 2022
Genius little interface for iPad!
Bought this to use with my iPad Air M1, and it's a perfect match - Small enough to just plug in wherever whenever, and with both features and sound quality enough to make great recordings!...Weiter
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.
● Desktop 2-Eingänge/2-Ausgänge, USB Audio Interface mit erstklassiger 24-Bit/192-kHz Audiowandlung für Mac, PC, iPad und iPhone
● Vintage Mic Preamp Mode für den Sound einer legendären Röhrenvorverstärkerschaltung
● Essentielle Suite von Audio- und Musiksoftware inklusive Ableton, Melodyne, UJAMs Virtual Drummer, Marshall, Ampeg und weiteren
● Kopfhörerverstärker in Studioqualität für lautes, klares Monitoring
● USB busgespeist für weniger Kabelgewirr
● 48V Phantomspeisung für Kondensatormikrofone
● Direct Monitoring für latenzfreie Aufnahmen
● Stylische, robuste Konstruktion, gebaut, um jahrelangem Gebrauch standzuhalten
● 1-in/1-out MIDI-Anschlüsse
● USB-C-zu-USB-A-Kabel im Lieferumfang enthalten
To see full system requirements, click here.
excellent price quality
Excellent product quality price, the best in its category. The inside vintage compressor is powerfull, great sound quality and sturdy case.
This thing sounds great! (with a few complaints)
I needed a stereo interface and didn't have much money. I was just about to go for the Scarlet 2i2 until I discovered the Volt 2. I listened to a lot of comparisons between the two and the Volt was the clear winner. It's about $20 more, but well worth it!
I use it for tape and vinyl record transfers, and as a better playback DAC. The Volt 2 sounds great, and essentially flat to about 18,000 kHz. It's dead silent and has a very low noise floor and great decibel range. What else can I say except that everything sounds correct! Absolutely perfect for my needs. There's the Apollo class converters, but, why this little powerhouse isn't billed as professional is beyond me. It sounds like it. It has a wonderful analog sound.
My only problems with it is that the line out monitor gain is quite low, and, though I installed the AISO drivers, I can't seem to use them in my Windows 10 computer with any of my software or playback apps. And, I can't get it to record at anything higher than 44.1 no matter how many system settings I change. I can playback with anything, but the only program I can get to record with it is Sound Forge. It's a hassle to record everything in SF and import to iZotope RX, my preferred DAW. Also, the meters are useless.
I don't need the bundled software, and their implementation of the iLock system is aggravating. I don't really need the vintage modes, as I haven't found any use for it yet.
I have seen complaints about RF noise from a couple of people, but my unit is dead silent and tests as advertised on my gear.
But, the bottom line is that it sounds great and was money well-spent.
Almost perfect, but some comments out of love
I'm an absolute novice, so the target audience for this device. It does look good, you can plug in instruments and use it for output. The vintage and instrument button change the guitar sound, which is nice. The small LED meters work just fine.
Still two things bother me and should be reconsidered:
1. The software is terrible: Ableton crashes often on a MBA M1, and there are too many VSTs included with a cumbersome installation process and taking up all your disk space - plus the user experience with those virtual knobs is terrible. I was simply looking for good piano samples, but no luck! Complicated synths and funky bass yes, but if you want clean sounds, it's not included or maybe I just don't find it between the junk.
2. I bought the Studio Pack at a discount, which was really good value. The mic and headphones included are perfect to get started. However: there is no information about their specs anywhere. Considering the resemblance to the 80 USD Mackie EM91C microphone and 30 USD MC100 heaphones, you basically pay the full price for unspecified extras you could have bought separately, and that should just have been spelled out.
If you have such a neat device, why trouble the experience by overdosing plugins, bad software and adding unbranded extras? A bit more Apple-logic, keeping it simple and clean, so that it "just works", would make the Volt 2 perfect.
A great start
Keeping it simple works well, this box is pretty easy to understand even if your not a pro, and seems to just plug and play on a mac, without much fuss. Yes the headphone is a tad loud, but it's also ten times clearer than the audio out from a mac, which I never knew.
It's a fine little interface but I'm not wowed by it. The vintage mode is really poor and I can't ever imagine making use of it. Drivers really do not work smoothly on a Windows laptop.
Will be waiting for a rev2
A nice attempt to enter the low-budget market. I love the meters, design, and metal finish, overall it doesn't look or feel cheap, and the software selection it comes with is just perfect. A complete beginner can start making music having only this and a laptop. It would be a perfect entry-level product that gives access to professional sound.
I have two significant issues with it that for some may ruin the whole experience:
The amount of RF noise it picks up is insane. I can't believe this product has made it through tests, and UA sells it. The worst thing is that the noise is present in the outputs and gets recorded. Take your cellular phone far away from it.
The headphone output is too loud, and its knob is too sensitive. When the DAW output is around -6 dBfs, I usually turn the output down to a comfortable volume. In this device the right ear signal cuts off, and you have to change the volume digitally in the DAW to avoid that.
Love the preamp on this thing. It really brings some color and some warmth to my instrument and vocal parts. It has def upgraded my game with better quality sound. Love it so far.
Genius little interface for iPad!
Bought this to use with my iPad Air M1, and it's a perfect match - Small enough to just plug in wherever whenever, and with both features and sound quality enough to make great recordings!
Who knows? Still trying to get it to work with Windows 11
Maybe someday, with enough hours, with more patience. Maybe I need a PhD in computer science, not just the masters I have. I think I'll try my wife's Mac.
This is my first time using an audio interface, and i would consider myself a novice within the field of digital audio. The Volt was super easy to setup, and my guitar sounds awesome both through headphones and monitors!
For a portable interface I chose the Volt 2 and I was very happy with the promotional plugins (plate reverb and LA-2A set)! I've used a Solo 610 mic pre/D.I. and I get what they're going for...works nicely but I ain't sellin' the real tube preamp. Great tonal option though (more sparkle and grit for acoustic guitar and D.I. bass). But for my vocals the 'vintage' adds to much emphasis on certain consonants. So for final vocal tracking I'll reach for the actual 610 pre. But I'm quite pleased with the sound of this compact unit! Sounds i.m.h.o. more solid and inspiring than the UR-RT2 (which does have some nice DSP features that are quite useful in my home recording setup) this unit adds two great preamps to that interface ;-) hopefully future drivers and firmware can improve the latency performance
Don't you dare underestimate it!
Really Don't Cause it's up for your challenge.
Currently use it standalone as a preamp for my turntable. Looks good, sounds as you would expect from UA and haven't had an issue with it. I own an apollo x4 as well so this is my 2nd UA interface.
I'm so happy with this interface, is one of the best that I tried. actually, I still have one Focusrite, but this Volt interface is to much better. Thank you UA to make this incredible interefaces.
Good Windows integration, good sound but complicated satellite software
The module installs like a charm. The sound is excellent. It's what you'd expect from this device and it delivers the goods. On the other hand, the third-party software offered is difficult to obtain and it's a maze of account creation, promo codes, passwords.... It never ends. Do not get this article for third party software!
BYE BYE SCARLLET 2i2! LOL
The Volt Is Louder, Clearer And Down Right Has A Much Cooler Name And Did I Mention That Its Better Looking?! Lol... Seriously Hands Down Thee Best Interface Ive ever Used And Owned! Peace.
Best interface for the price!
Coming from having had an Apollo Twin Duo and now owning a Volt, I can for sure say that UA definitely makes the best things! I enjoy the suttle yet beautiful saturation from the pres in Vintage mode as well as the power it has to not only record on my DAW but to have almost zero latency when I use it on Zoom calls. It’s a MUST for the price
Mic Pre and UA Signature Sound
above all my expectation rested in preserving the audio quality that UA offers and the Volt audio interface affords me such, the analog feel of the UA signature provides effortless recording session and playback. the mic pre sounds great and this is a major take away in the assessment of the volt, also the stand alone power source adds tremendous value. again, this is amazing and am looking forward to upgrades and new integrated gear.
I brought this as UA was just released in NZ. Out of the box with the microphone and headset, it is amazing! One thing I would say to UA is to upsell the mic and headphones. They are very clear and the headphones are comfortable and the mic sounds so crisp and smooth with Vintage mode on. 100% will buy another one for my second set-up. Good work UA for making a great entry level offering.