Solid State Logic (SSL) is best known in the audio realm for its huge professional consoles that cost tens of thousands of dollars. But the iconic British company is now hoping to break into home studios for the first time. Ahead of NAMM, it’s debuting two affordable audio interfaces for bedroom producers called the SSL 2 and SSL 2+.
Both interfaces have two inputs and two outputs, are USB-C powered, include two analog mic preamps, and when it comes to audio resolution, have 24-bit/192kHz conversion. There’s also monitor mix control (the ability to listen to a blend of already recorded tracks with what you’re currently recording) and balanced monitor outputs. They come bundled with software including Ableton Live Lite, Native Instruments…tech, The Verge, The Verge - All Posts