Aside from the sensor inputs, the EVANS Portal Audio Interface is a fully-functioning class compliant audio interface that can be used to record audio through the XLR combo jacks on the front as well as the additional line inputs located on the rear of the unit. Whether you’re setting up a vocal mic for a live performance or tracking guitars and synthesizers to your composition in the studio, the Portal fits perfectly in a modern audio setup.
Articles in this section
- Do I need special drumheads?
- Are mesh heads or acoustic heads better?
- What other hardware do I need?
- What are the minimum CPU Requirements to use the Sensory Percussion Sound System?
- How can I use Sensory Percussion with my existing audio interface?
- Can I use the EVANS Portal Audio Interface with other audio programs?
- Can I use V1 sensors?
- What is EMAD clip for? Where does pickup element go?
- Is the EVANS Portal a “drum brain”?
- What sort of sounds and effects are in the software?