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mistakenly sold my tascam us 122(or 144 i cant remember) but need an interface again

Discussion in 'Recording' started by x666charlie666x, Jan 30, 2011.

  1. x666charlie666x

    x666charlie666x Active Member

    so basically a few months back i sold my tascam us 122 (or 144) as i rarely used it and my laptop was $*^t and was rather impractical as i didnt have a desk so i had to use my bed with a laptop and interface which was rather annoying

    so i bought a new pc which is on a desk (surprisingly enough) and im looking to get into recording again, my pc can handle practically anything you can through at it but it doesnt have a dedicated sound card (only the one on the mobo)

    my budget is around £100 (i will happily go used)

    im looking to record guitar(and bass), vocals and drums (midi)

    so need a couple 1/4 jack inputs, mic inputs and midi input,

    edit - it should be regretfully rather than mistakenly - also i dont mind firewire or usb
     
  2. TheJackAttack

    TheJackAttack Distinguished Member

    They're kind of all the same at that price point although I am not fond of cheap Tascam. I do recommend using Reaper as your DAW as it runs liked greased lightening on most any computer. If you can stretch up a bit from GBP100 I do recommend the TC Electronic Impact Twin.
     
  3. x666charlie666x

    x666charlie666x Active Member

    they're around £300, over my budget im afraid, is the focusrite sapphire 6 le worth getting?
     
  4. TheJackAttack

    TheJackAttack Distinguished Member

    Likely at least as good as the Tascam.
     
  5. sq1ne

    sq1ne Active Member

    The tascam 144 is dead quiet for me, no background noise and no/low floor noise. The gain on the pre is a bit low but sounds solid, not as open as other quality pres though. Only gripe I have with it is low output (through the headphones) when doing direct monitoring vocals so I guess a separate headphone amp is needed.
     

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