Archives For Audio Interface

This category discusses audio interfaces and soundcards. (Same thing). For the beginnner, the audio interface is the most important component. The Audio interface acts as the hub of the studio where all audio passes through it in the recording process.

Choosing an audio interface is about like getting hit in the head. These 8 tips should save you some Advil.

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It’s been a rocky road, but I think I may have found the interface I’ve been looking for.

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Thinking of buying a Steinberg / Yamaha MR816 CSX? Read this review, first.

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This article will explain why you need a real deal audio interface for any serious home recording and that your stock soundcard simply isn’t going to cut it.

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I give specific gear advice to beginners who are looking to get started in home recording. This job has become nearly impossible because the audio interface manufacturers ad writers are completely incompetent.

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If you are considering purchasing a Presonus Firestudio audio interface, you may want to take a look at the requirements into terms of chipset problems and other hardware compatibility.

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Here’s why I chose the Presonus Firestudio over MOTO, M-Audio, and RME firewire audio interfaces. After careful research, I decided that the Presonus Firestudio was the best audio interface for my needs and budget.

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