At Loop Community we know what it’s like as worship leaders to want to spend the best hours of our day creating and refining our craft, instead of messing around with confusing gear and software. It can be difficult, and expensive, to get your multitrack audio to your sound system. There are tons of interfaces to choose from, direct boxes to purchase, and sometimes it’s way more than you actually need. We wanted to simplify this process. We want musicians to be able to route the audio of their tracks in an affordable and easy way.

That’s why we created TRACK RIG.

TRACK RIG gives you everything you need in a single box. No more direct boxes or complicated routing. TRACK RIG is designed for musicians who need their multitracks heard the simplest way possible.

1. 8 XLR Outputs 

TRACK RIG has 8 line level XLR Outputs that eliminate the need for direct boxes.

2. Plug & Play

TRACK RIG is plug & play and doesn’t need any audio routing software to get started. Connect to Ableton Live, PRIME, Logic, or any other playback application and it will immediately recognize TRACK RIG as an audio interface.

3. Compatible Devices

You can connect a computer, iPad, or mobile device to TRACK RIG!

4. USB Hub

TRACK RIG gives you four additional USB ports to connect all of your MIDI controllers, hard-drives, or even charge your phone.

5. Rack Mountable

TRACK RIG is the perfect size to be mounted to your rack. You can mount it facing either direction. You can purchase rack ears with your TRACK RIG at trackrig.com.

6. Dimensions

TRACK RIG is designed to be super light-weight and perfect for any rack space or backpack. It’s about the size of a 15″ MacBook Pro.
Dimensions: 14” x 7” x 1.75”
Weight: 1 lb

TRACK RIG is available for preorder NOW at www.trackrig.com and the estimated shipping date is September. TRACK RIG is the easiest way to route your track audio to your sound system and get complete control of your tracks!

Categories: Hardware

12 Comments

Lorne young · July 17, 2018 at 9:55 pm

Will this addition allow our sound personal to change levels on individual outputs in loop community tracks?

How is this different then a high end DI box?

Loop Community · July 18, 2018 at 1:35 pm

Hey Lorne,

Yes, TRACK RIG will allow for your sound engineers to change levels of individual outputs of your tracks!

With a DI box, you also need an audio interface. TRACK RIG is an audio interface that does not require a DI box because it already has XLR outputs. So it can go directly from your TRACK RIG (audio interface) to your sound board.

Hope this helps! If you have any other questions, let us know!

DEXTER TAYLOR · August 12, 2018 at 7:09 am

How does this work if you have a track that has more than 8 instruments?

Loop Community · August 15, 2018 at 9:33 am

Hey Dexter! You can route more than one track to each channel. So you could group similar instruments together. Like synth sounds, electric guitars, percussion instruments, etc. If you needed to then edit the volume of an instrument inside of that channel, you can adjust the volume inside of PRIME, Ableton, or any other DAW. Hope this helps!

PMc · August 15, 2018 at 6:55 pm

I noticed the track rig can run off a power supply, I presume this is to save draining the power on your Mac? My question is are you supplying a Us/UK power supply with the track Rig or making one available? Or will any 12V DC do? Asking from the UK. Thanks

Cj · October 19, 2018 at 11:41 pm

I pre-ordered track rig, How would I go about sending the cues and the clicks to our drummer just so he can hear while using track rig. Would I still be in need a splitter cable and direct box. We have no sound guy. I’m the keyboardist and I have a sixteen channel personal mixer by my board to run prime.

Matt McCarter · October 22, 2018 at 1:21 pm

Hi, quick question. If running this via an iPad as the host, will this track rig also charge the ipad? Having problems finding a solution to use a pedal with the iPad that will allow it to charge as well.

Loop Community · October 22, 2018 at 3:41 pm

Hi Matt,
It will charge the iPad if you use the Apple brand camera adapter and then plug a charge cable into one of the USB hub spots and the charge port on the iPad adapter.

Brandon · October 29, 2018 at 7:15 am

Hey there,

If I wanted to use more than 8 outputs, is it possible to link/daisy chain more than one Track Rig?

Brandon · October 30, 2018 at 5:17 am

Hi there,

I was wondering is it possible to connect two Track Rig’s together so you can have 16-outputs?

Loop Community · November 1, 2018 at 3:23 pm

Hi CJ,

If you don’t have an in-ear monitor system, then you could route the click and cues to channel one of Track Rig and run an XLR cable to a personal mixer by your drummer, just like you would with the left channel of a stereo breakout (splitter) cable. Then your drummer can plug headphones into the mixer to hear the click and cues.

Hope this helps! If you have any other questions email us at support@loopcommunity.com.

Loop Community · November 1, 2018 at 3:25 pm

Hi Brandon,

You cannot connect two Track Rigs together in Prime, but if you are using Ableton Live, you could set one up as an aggregate device. Although, Ableton Live on their website does not recommend this due to stability issues. If you have more than 8 stems, the best way to do it would be to send similar instruments out of the same channel. For example, Click and Cues could go to channel 1, all the electric guitars to channel 2, bass to 3, drums to 4, all keys/piano to 5, all synth to 6, etc. Then if you need to further mix the stems individually you can do that inside of Prime or Ableton Live.

Hope this helps! If you have any other questions email us at support@loopcommunity.com.

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