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Interfaces for PT 10

Discussion in 'Converters / Interfaces' started by Eclipesedsunrise, May 3, 2012.

  1. Eclipesedsunrise

    Eclipesedsunrise Active Member

    I haven't been able to find a list of Interfaces compatible with Pro Tools 10 (i know the Mbox series and Digidesign 002-003) So does anyone have a resource where i can get a list of compatible interfaces?
     
  2. audiokid

    audiokid Staff

    I'm certain all Lavry products work, Prism Orpheus. Most likely the new UA Apollo, All RME, Lynx and more. Millennia Media has a new 8 channel that has to be great too. Why wouldn't they all work?

    I have a new Lavry AD11 USB stereo preamp combo that you can have for a great deal. Its sounds amazing. Bought 2, only need one.

    All above are top on my list.
     
  3. hueseph

    hueseph Well-Known Member

    Officially, "any" ASIO capable device will work with Pro Tools 10, with the exception of some of their own Digi products which seem to have varied issues even with the updated drivers. It sounds like I'm kidding, I know but go check out the DUC. Most of the issues are with older Digi 002 series but still. At any rate, as long as you pick a quality interface, you should be good to go. audiokid's advice is always pointing you to top end gear and that is not something to overlook. The better your interface, likely the better your experience with Pro Tools 10 will be. Even if only for the sake of better driver support.
     
  4. Eclipesedsunrise

    Eclipesedsunrise Active Member

    thank you guys that info is very helpful.

    Im very excited to start my Audio Engineering apprenticeship. The knowledge im gaining here is helping better arm me for the road ahead.

    Now im on a budget as of right now because of school. and would like your opinions on a good 4+ input on a budget(this is not for home recording so when i say budget. i mean under 5 digit numbers.) that way i can start saving my pennies for a good starter for my own studio.
     
  5. audiokid

    audiokid Staff

    Thanks Hueseph.

    I forget to mention PreSonus. They are one of the coolest group of people in this industry that make excellent affordable gear:
    here a link to their converters/interfaces
    PreSonus
     

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