You can connect the Apollo Twin X to a computer to use XLR microphones and other audio sources with Riverside.
|Compatibility with Riverside||
|Connection type||Thunderbolt 3 cable|
We've heard from some Riverside users who have had connectivity issues with UA devices, although other users have been able to record with UA devices. See details below.
- Important note: Universal Audio devices do not officially support the ability to send an audio signal to web browsers.
- Be sure to update your computer's software and the UA interface's firmware and test the interface in Riverside before your recording session begins.
- More information on updating the firmware and compatibility.
- If possible, you may also want to have a backup audio interface available.
- Connect your headphones directly to the computer instead of to the Apollo's headphone output to minimize echo and hear the other participants in the Studio.
If you cannot get Riverside to recognize the Apollo Twin interface in your browser:
- Check that you have the latest UA drivers installed on your computer.
- Check that you have the latest UA firmware installed on your interface.
- Try using virtual audio software.
- For example, route audio from the UA interface into this software, then from that software to Riverside. Select the software as the audio input on Riverside.