Also in this forum, the first post has hundreds of great plugins listed by posters here. The default inputs for this unit are two mic press inputs and four outputs, although you can purchase units with more or less for a different cost. The drivers are the best part. Output will be computer recording only. At some point in the future I will be purchasing an audio interface for a home recording studio. The drivers are solid, and Steinberg is good about squashing bugs in a timely fashion when they are discovered.
Focusrite Scarlett 2i4 Created by a leading manufacturer in professional audio field, Focusrite Scarlett 2i4 is made of and as well as producing high quality inputs and results. Used to, an interface was for the rich, but now there are plenty of affordable interfaces that still deliver on the quality. The C400 is an Avid product. You don't have to spend a dime on these and shouldn't until you've used up all your free options here. Another consideration is whether or not you will use microphones in your setup. Without this space your cannot properly judge distances and your mixes wind up sounding two dimensional as well as having frequency response problems because a single element can't produce a flat enough frequency response that close to your ear. I'm assuming the guitar effects include amp models? The unit is pleasingly robust, controls feel reassuringly smooth and the conveniently top mounted volume control is a classy all-metal affair.
Between this and the Scarlett 2i4, it pretty much comes down to brand loyalty. I would prefer monitor headphones over regular monitors, due to the fact that I live in an apartment, and the neighbors may not appreciate me mixing rock music at 4 in the morning. Some useful light on this will be very much appreciated. In terms of price point and features, it is most comparable to the Focusrite Scarlett 2i2, with the added benefit of costing a bit less. The simplest explanation is this: An audio interface allows you to hook up your audio gear to your computer. The Scarlett 2i2 in this case has two inputs, which can either accommodate two mono instruments a guitar and a mic in this example , or a single stereo instrument a in the diagram. Yup, measured on Samplitude se8, gains at min rms noise -102, -101.
If your tracks suck because you don't have a good mic, bad monitors, lame interface, poor tracking quality or sound source, you're barking up the wrong tree thinking these programs will do magical things to fix what's unfixable. The clearly thought-out monitor output sounds great and is independent of the main levels. Also, judging by the reviews, the 2i2 is a bit more trustworthy. Search Engine Optimisation provided by - Copyright © 2019 DragonByte Technologies Ltd. I have a question here. Pero nesecito tomar la decision Hoy puesto que voy a hacer un envio internacional y lo quiero aprovechar jeje. Pues eso, que me quiero comprar una nueva interfaz de audio pues antes tenia una line 6 y no daba la talla para nada.
Thanks for the comparison chart Tadpui, Thanks Dave for your response. Does what it's supposed to do. Its casing is also quite rugged, giving you the ability to take it around the country without worrying about damage. This applies to your work as well as work from a third party. Features are functional rather than excessive but with two inputs, direct monitoring, 48V phantom power and an independent headphone volume control the 2i2 offers everything you would need for a small home studio. Also allows for stereo recording with good pre-amps. Yet, this time in Komplete Audio 6 vs Focusrite Scarlett 2i4, Focusrite with its long and professional experience wins.
Komplete Audio 6 lets you experience every facet of your sound, whether you're playing virtual instruments or recording audio. We dig the brushed aluminum blue finish on the front panel. I should have included that unit in this overview because it seems to be widely used by pro musicians many of our staff use this unit. Focusrite Saffire Pro 14 — If you have a firewire port on your computer this piece is the winner in terms of value for the price. When starting out your musical career, you need more than just an instrument and the ability to play.
I duly ordered one, plugged it in and fired it up - pretty much a painless installation - all was looking good. This is a minor annoyance, but enough worth mentioning. I inputs each have their own gain knob, and indicator lights on top of the unit show you how hot your input and output signals are. Under the hood, this is a nice little workhorse. I have to say its been the best investment and the sound quality is amazing.
She likes the Native Instrument keyboards and now uses the S88 weighted one, but she has still been using the odd thing from the Fantom and Mopho. Comes in various interface configurations, comparing Focusrite Scarlett series is hard. One thing I have learnt though is that what is good for one computer is not necessarily good for another - so I'd make sure you have the ability to buy from somewhere with a good returns policy - you never know! I can list your a good hundred that will keep you busy learning for a couple of years. If you have great tracks recorded, you don't need any crutches to make it stand on its own. Could you please share yours, once again? The build quality and design that Native Instruments put into the Komplete Audio 6 Intercace is really impressive.
Where the Audient iD4 crushes the competition in its price range is the quality of the preamps. I thiiiiiink that's everything that's currently on my mind. Thanks Alex Poster Posts: 22 Joined: Fri Dec 29, 2006 1:00 am Location: London, England dawbench test results. This isn't usually a good method of recording for two reasons. I was using an old Maya interface and a 16ch mixing desk and decided the time had come to tidy up the whole interface situation.
The 6i6 does have two, independently controlled headphone out but since there is only one of me, no matter! Komplete Audio 6 gives you the hardware to match. I found a different way of hooking up my controller and everything works fine through Traktor, but it would have been nice to have it the way I originally wanted. Any price, ratings, availability and save money information displayed on Amazon Site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product. Not too bad considering the price. The Onyx mic preamps hold their own here, sound is clean and transparent with a notable amount of headroom yet introducing minimal noise and distortion. I had an M-Audio Mobile Pre that would react badly to Microsoft Office products and sent squealing sounds out of my speakers. I said in an earlier post that I would have liked 10dB more mic amp gain but you can leave the pots at max with a 57 and still get superbly quiet recordings, i.