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Compact, desktop-style computer audio/MIDI interfaces have really grown in popularity over the past few years, and the new Track16 from MOTU is the latest, and perhaps the most compelling addition to the bunch. 

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2 years ago
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The Universal Audio Apollo is an interesting audio interface in that it combines input/output functionality along with built-in DSP processing. That in itself is not unique, but being able to provide input monitoring with multiple plug-ins instantiated with virtually no latency is.

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With the Fireface UCX, RME has successfully delivered another high-end pro audio interface. The Fireface UCX takes up only a half-rack space and offers 18 input and 18 output channels. It works with your computer, as a stand-alone unit, or with your iPad or iPad 2.

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2 years ago
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The ONE USB audio interface brings Apogee quality sound and a built-in condenser mic to the Mac platform, at a great price point. The ONE is a great solution for home or project studios, or for portable recording applications.

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The Duet FireWire audio interface brings Apogee high-quality converters to the Mac platform in a sleek, portable form factor.

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The Mbox series from Avid has always stood out as an excellent way for new users to dive into the professional realm of computer recording, and as a vehicle for experienced users to harness the power of Pro Tools in a portable and compact package. The newly announced Mbox Express Bundles continue the legacy of this popular hardware and software solution.

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No matter how large or small your recording studio may be (some of us have live rooms, while others only have bedrooms), there are plenty of people who prefer to work with the highest quality conversion technology available. 

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2 years ago
Hands-on Review

These solid, low latency interfaces offer Focusrite mic preamps and a useful software package for a great value.

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The VRM Box from Focusrite is a unique USB computer audio interface that’s solely dedicated to headphone monitoring. It enables you to listen to mixes on your computer with 15 different sets of emulated studio monitors, featuring everything from Genelec 1031A’s and Yamaha NS10’s to the built-in speakers on a flat-panel television.

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2 years ago
Hands-on Review

The ONE USB interface brings Apogee quality audio and a built in condenser mic to Mac platforms at a great price point.

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The popularity of the Apple iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch has spawned a plethora of add-on devices for recording musicians that run the gamut from simple, single-input devices to external microphones. 

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The new MicroBook II from MOTU stands as a substantial upgrade over its original ultra-compact audio interface. All of the little touches that the original model needed have been added. The result is a super backpack-friendly interface that provides you with pristine sound quality for both mobile and studio recording.

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2 years ago
Hands-on Review

In this video we take a look at Avid's MBox Audio Interfaces for Mac and PC.

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The new Universal Audio Apollo advances the technology of computer audio interfaces in two significant ways: it offers integrated duo or quad core real time UAD plug-in processing, and it’s the first audio interface to offer the option to connect through an über-fast Thunderbolt port.

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If you’re not familiar with the RME Babyface, it’s a USB 2.0 audio and MIDI interface that offers an array of inputs and outputs in an ultra-compact form factor. 

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