Re: Compatible USB Audio Interface

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At 12:44 on 26 Jul 2013, Brendan Jones wrote:
>On 07/26/2013 10:19 AM, Mark Knoop wrote:
>> At 08:28 on 26 Jul 2013, Brendan Jones wrote:
>>> Look I'm really interested in peoples experience with there USB
>>> devices that have more than two ins and outs. I haven't tried one as
>>> yet but will be on the market for a new interface soon. I am using a
>>> cheap Behringer UCA 202 when I need an extra out for monitoring (but
>>> that's not recording, just useful for DJing at parties ;)
>> I have a stable setup with an M-Audio Fast Track Ultra. USB2.0,
>> 8-in/8-out, MIDI, digital in/out (coax, not optical), upto 24-bit @
>> 96kHz. The sound quality is good (although the mic pre-amps are
>> nothing to get excited about).
>> Seems not to be sold by M-Audio anymore, but there are some on ebay
>> etc...
>Thanks for sharing! Do you often use more than two inputs with
>success? I have a number of devices in my office/studio and it is a
>pain to be always plugging/un-plugging devices. With my current
>requirements 6 would be almost enough, 8 is better/awesome.

Yes, I've used 6in/6out (+MIDI) in live situations with no problems.
Note that it has only 6 analogue ins and outs, you have to use digital
to use all 8. Also 2 headphone jacks with independent volume control
which are useful. All routable with alsamixer.

Mark Knoop
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