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Looking for advice on an interface

Discussion in 'Recording' started by JoshLayne, Aug 24, 2012.

  1. JoshLayne

    JoshLayne Member

    Hi everyone,

    I'm looking for suggestion for a good interface. I'm much more a performer/musician than a recording engineer, so any advice is appreciated!

    Some details:

    I use a Royer sf12 stereo mic and The Ribbon Pre. Currently I record to a Marantz compact flash recorder. I'd like to be able to record to my computer.
    I believe I don't need any additional pre-amps in the interface, and in fact would want to bypass them?
    I use PCs/Windows 7. I currently have Firewire, though I think USB would probably end up to be convenient?
    The SF12 is a stereo mic, so I'm looking for an interface with 2 inputs.
    From the reading that I've done, I think what I'm looking for out of the interface is a high quality converter?
    I'd like something that does justice to the SF12, and of course would prefer to spend less, rather than more:)

  2. Boswell

    Boswell Moderator Distinguished Member

    You don't give any idea of budget (other than "less" rather than "more"). If you are wanting to complement the sonic quality of your mic and pre-amp, you should be looking at something like the Lavry AD10. Is this the right sort of ballpark?

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