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PostPosted: 06/07/2010 at 12:54 PM    Post subject: Interfaces link

Anyone have any good recommendations for a quality interface.. that won't break the bank. I want ease of use, XLR inputs, no noise.. no latency. Would most likely be used with Windows.. but I'd be willing to look at Mac options as well.

I've heard nothing but good about the MOTU stuff... but a little out of my price range.

Thanks!
hank

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PostPosted: 06/17/2010 at 1:19 PM    Post subject: RE:Interfaces link

Wow.. seriously? No interface suggestions?

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PostPosted: 06/17/2010 at 10:57 PM    Post subject: RE:Interfaces link

Hank,

I am sorry to admit that I do not have experience with the type of interface that you're looking for. That said, I can offer my input on the M-Audio interface, which I use for GarageBand:

http://www.amazon.com/M-A.....7?ie=UTF8&tag=homerock-20

I mainly use this to record ideas at home because of its plug-in-get-out ease. At one point I had use this interface to record band practices but my computer crashed so much that I decided it wasn't worth the hassle; this mainly was because my computer couldn't handle what I was asking it to do and had nothing to do with the interface.

Anyhow, I know that this is not entirely what you are asking, but it is a very easy interface to use.

I hope this helps!

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PostPosted: 06/17/2010 at 11:57 PM    Post subject: RE:Interfaces link

I use a Line6 UX2 and it's brilliant. Comes with tons of amps and effects and you can integrate the PodFarm software with it. Great sounds, easy to use and low latency (even on my 4 year old machine). Highly recommended.

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PostPosted: 06/18/2010 at 1:21 AM    Post subject: RE:Interfaces link

Heya - if you only need a pair of simple ins and outs, try the Apogee Duet. If you can save up for it, or find one used, I HIGHLY recommend the RME products. I do most of my recording on a Fireface 400 and it is an incredible little box. A good interface is so important.

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PostPosted: 06/19/2010 at 5:31 PM    Post subject: RE:Interfaces link

I used to teach the the Digi001 from Protools and it was great, it's up to 003 now but I have not tried it.You would still need guitar plug ins I guess. I know you are into movie making and they have a video toolkit package as well. Protools is a industry standard. I have met composers who work in Logic but to convert to Protools to send in their work. Also there is always some latency in USB but I know people who say the get a huge sound by linking two Line 6 amps though midi, the latency gives them the big sound.

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