Digging well into their product vaults, Native Instruments has just announced that they’re releasing a new Komplete Audio 6 MK2 soundcard. This is a refresh of the original Komplete Audio 6 that they put out way back at the start of the decade in 2011.
New generation NI design, with more I/O
This Audio 6 MK2 interface is almost certainly going to be attractive for producers who found the Audio 1 / Audio 2 releases earlier this year to be a bit lightweight for their needs. It packs some powerful features and I/O, including two line 1/4″ inputs, two XLR switchable between mic and line, SPDIF inputs; as well as dual 1/4″ headphone outputs, four 1/4″ outputs each with CV/gate control (if you’re using outboard gear that can take it), and MIDI I/O ports.
Amazingly, it’s all USB-bus powered – one less power adapter to lose in your studio. At $239, and set to be released We suspect this soundcard will also be right at home in advanced live instrument setups considering the wide range of inputs and outputs.
If you’re interested, you can check out the Audio 6 MK2 in our new store and preorder it directly below: