While many MOOER multi-effects pedals can be used as an audio interface, MOOER has finally announced their new line-up of audio interfaces with the Steep I and II.
Both models offer a multi-platform audio interface with support for high-resolution audio up to 24bit/192 khz and combination microphone, line-in, and high-impedance value instrument support. Dual-channel outputs are also included as well as one USB-C port for power and one USB-C port for data transfer, that can also be used for power when connected to a PC. Both the Steep I and II include dual LED input level indicators, support for 48v phantom power, a stereo direct monitor button, and knobs to control main output volume, mix, and input gain levels.
The Steep II adds several features including dual combined ¼” and XLR input jacks (Steep I includes a single ¼” and one combined ¼” and XLR input jacks) as well as MIDI IN/OUT ports for connecting to a MIDI keyboard, synthesizer, and other supported devices. To learn more about the Steep I and II, visit mooeraudio.com and download the product manual for full device specifications.
Multi-platform audio interface with dual inputs and outputs
Supports up to 24bit/192kHz high-resolution audio
Microphone, line-in, and high-impedance value instrument support
48V phantom power available for condenser microphone
Zero-latency direct monitor and DAW monitor can be adjusted individually or mixed
Switchable stereo/mono direct monitor provides more possibilities for input signal monitor
Individual adjustment of monitor volume level and headphone output volume level
MIDI IN/MIDI OUT (STEEP II only)
Can be powered by via USB port or USB power supply