Roland might not be the first name that springs to mind when you think of companies that build audio interfaces. Still, the release of the new Studio Capture is quite a bold move, as it represents Roland’s flagship audio interface in this range, with a price tag to match. Drawing on their popular Octa Capture which, as the name suggests, did offer eight analogue ins and outs, the Studio Capture packages 16 analogue inputs and eight outputs, along with S/PDIF and MIDI I/O, into a smart and compact box. If you demand high channel count and superb audio quality from a multichannel interface built with on-the-go convenience in mind, then the STUDIO-CAPTURE is the perfect companion to your laptop Mac or PC.
According to several user reviews, they have praised a Roland Studio Capture for the very nice physical design and layout, which packs a lot into a small case without feeling cramped; Neat user interface with everything digitally controlled; Four independent Monitor Mixes. Also, some users have complained it for the default driver setup and documentation are unclear about how to achieve optimal ASIO performance; Doesn’t support 88.2 or 176.4 kHz sample rates; Compressors on every channel are digital and, if used, are always in the record path.
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To restoring the factory settings in your Roland Studio Capture, power on while simultaneously holding the PHASE and LoCUT buttons. The Factory Reset procedure is complete.
Warning! This operation will return all of the Roland Studio Capture’s settings to their factory-set condition. Do not use this function unless you are certain that you want to do this. Hopefully the article of “How To Reset Roland Studio Capture” can help you.
Reference: Roland Studio Capture manual