USB Interface for Computer Recording ??

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USB Interface for Computer Recording ??

Postby grady » Fri Jan 05, 2007 6:17 am

What are you guys using ??

I'm currently looking at a M-Audio Mobile Pre interface.

I got a new Computer and the Cakewalk Home Studio Producer Edition for Christmas.
I need a Interface.

I use to use my Mackie DFX 6 Mixer into the Soundcard but, I would like something a little more Professional for my next Cd which I want to get started on ASAP.
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Postby mikey » Fri Jan 05, 2007 8:47 am

Try looking here..
in "Computer recording and soundcards"'ll have to sign up.

I bought a usb interface recently, and ended up taking it back to shop.
Compatability with the computer is the big thing to watch out for.

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Postby stratman_27 » Fri Jan 05, 2007 11:16 am

I'd look at firewire interfaces. I 've not seen too many USB that don't have latency issues at one point or another. Mackie Onyx systems are pretty good based on a friends recommendation
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Postby slideshowbob2 » Sat Jan 13, 2007 8:05 am

i'd second the firewire route.that seems to be the way to go.M-Audio make some good firewire stuff.I 'm using a Delta 1010 and sony Vegas7.Its just a PCI card w/ 10in/10out rackmounted breakout box. Overkill for me, as i usually play alone....but price was good (all this PCI card stuff is being cleared out ) .. Firewire 's movin in. take it over USB .... i'm not sure about the mixer compatability though..
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