Teisco unveils its first utility pedal to empower musicians to harness the power of the studio and take it onstage with them. The Teisco Interface puts the raw power of a DAW at your feet and unifies your go-to studio plugins with any pedalboard. This true effects chameleon also unleashes new routing possibilities with its versatile inputs and outputs — all while recording as you play.
Randy Couvillon, Senior Manager, Sales says “The Teisco Interface pushes the boundaries of what was previously possible with a regular audio interface. We’ve built a stomp-ready tank of an interface with routing and recording possibilities that make it perfect at live gigs or in the studio. Connect the Teisco Interface with a professional DAW and you can now access all your plugins on stage, run multiple instruments and route your signal in stereo, wet/dry, or to multiple speakers like amps, studio or stage monitors.”
With two mono inputs and two stereo TRS outputs, the Teisco Interface is more than just a recording audio interface in pedal-form. Independent gain and volume controls for each channel ensure you have full control over your sound no matter the setup.
The Teisco Interface features a sleek high-gloss design, extra-tough zinc alloy enclosures, and a textured base plate for stronger velcro-adhesion.
The Teisco Interface is compatible with devices that run on Mac, Windows, iOS or Android. It has been tried and tested to prove compatibility with major DAWs including: Cakewalk by BandLab, Cubase 10, GarageBand 10, Logic Pro X, Pro Tools 2018 and Reaper 5
The Teisco Interface is available January 2020 to dealers worldwide. Visit www.teisco.com for more information.
Teisco started out as a Japanese manufacturer of affordable musical instruments in 1948. Historically known for its electronic innovation and unconventional aesthetic, today, Teisco continues to make products to alter sound and empower creators to push musical boundaries. Since 2017, Teisco has been headquartered in Singapore under the BandLab Technologies banner, as part of the group’s broader portfolio of music-focused brands. Visit teisco.com for more information. IG/FB: @weareteisco
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