PreSonus Capture for iPad Wins TEC Award

by | Feb 2, 2015 | Best DAW Software, Industry News

PreSonus is thrilled to announce that its Capture™ for iPad Mobile Recording Software has won a NAMM TEC Award for Outstanding Technical/Creative Achievement in the category of Audio Apps for Smartphones & Tablets. The NAMM TEC Awards are the professional audio and music production industry’s most prestigious awards show, honoring excellence in sound technology and creativity.

With Capture for iPad, you can quickly and easily record up to 32 tracks of high-resolution audio, using the AudioBox iOne or AudioBox iTwo, any iPad-compatible audio interface, or the onboard iPad microphones and wirelessly transfer your songs directly to PreSonus Studio One® for Mac or Windows for editing, mixing, and mastering.

Commented Joe Lamond, president and CEO of NAMM, “Those select few who have gone home with a coveted TEC Award have set a high bar for the industry. These are the tools and sounds that will shape the music we will be listening to for years to come.”

“We’re ecstatic about this award,” enthused PreSonus CEO Jim Mack. “In our 20 years in business, PreSonus has been nominated for more TEC Awards than we can count-seven this year alone-and this is our first win. I’m very proud of our entire global PreSonus team, who work hard to make the magic happen. We humbly thank our customers, dealers, reps, and distributors; the TEC voters who chose our product; and of course, the NAMM Foundation.”

“Wow! Just… wow. I’m still floating. We’ve dreamed of this since we launched our first product,” stated PreSonus cofounder and Chief Strategy Officer Jim Odom. “Here’s a special shout-out to our brilliant development team at PreSonus Software Ltd. in Hamburg, Germany, who developed Capture for iPad-great work!”

Other PreSonus products that were nominated for TEC Awards this year include the StudioLive™ 32.4.2AI Digital Mixing System, StudioLive AI LoudspeakersNotion® 5 notation software, Studio One Professional 2.6.2 DAW, Temblor® T10 Active Studio Subwooofer, and Monitor Station V2Desktop Studio Control Center.

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