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Audio Interface

Discussion in 'Recording' started by A1phabeta, Aug 12, 2013.

  1. A1phabeta

    A1phabeta Active Member

    Jun 15, 2013
    United States
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    I'm looking for an audio interface that will give me a great sound for less then $750. I'm using a Mac, so I'm looking at the Apogee products but $1395 for a 4x8 interface, that's a bit steep. Can you help me on this one? Thanks! :biggrin:
  2. Paschalis I.

    Paschalis I. Guest

    Can you please mention the Inputs/Outputs :)

    Would you like a sound card with 1-2 inputs maximum but good AD/DA converters?
  3. kmetal

    kmetal Kyle P. Gushue Resource Member

    Jul 21, 2009
    Boston, Massachusetts
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    the apogee duet 2 is around 600 bucks, its 2x4. i've heard good things about the audio quality. if you need more channels, MOTU is a good place too look. they are a step up from things like m-audio, focusrite, presonus, ect, for a bit more you could get a used apogee ensemble. either company makes professional level products.
  4. Paschalis I.

    Paschalis I. Guest

    ^ This.

    You can also consider getting the RME Babyface.
    We all know how great the RME drivers are.

    I have the RME FireWire 800 for my studio and a babyface for my laptop, pretty solid drivers and sound.
  5. Studio86

    Studio86 Active Member

    Jun 6, 2013
    Cape Girardeau, Mo
    +1 to RME. The drivers are excellent and updated often.

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