There’s a whole debate to be had over which microphones to use, what software to use on your PC, how to soundproof a room, and so on. But what often gets overlooked is taking the sound from a studio quality microphone and getting it into the software in the first place.
The M-Audio USB interface is a device with two networks of impeccable digital audio conversion features (24-bit/192kHz). It is made up of a software package of Cubase LE and AIR's Creative FX instruments that enables a pick-up of one’s musical ideas.
The M-Audio interface is used to capture digital recordings on the go. The enormous central monitor knob makes it easier and quicker to knob in studio monitor intensities while mixing. It also comes with a low-noise, acoustically preamplifier that amplifies a very weedy signal and transfers it to the main amplifier. Thus, it captures whatsoever instrument that is plugged into its system and delivers effectively.
2-channel USB interface,
XLR/TRS combo inputs,
Central monitor knob,
Records in splendid 24/192 stereo system,
1/4" TS instrument input,
Steinberg Cubase LE records,
Standard USB and USB-C cables,
AIR Creative FX Collection, Mini grand and strike drum arranger,
Computer Connectivity: USB Form Factor: Desktop Simultaneous I/O: 2 x 2 Number of Preamps: 1 Phantom Power:Yes Yes A/D Resolution: 24-bit/192kHz Analog Inputs: 1 x XLR-1/4" combo, 1 x 1/4" (instrument) Analog Outputs: 2 x 1/4" (main out), 1 x 1/4" (headphones) USB: Type C Bus Powered: Yes OS Requirements - Mac: OS X 10.8 or later OS Requirements - PC: Windows 7 or later Depth: 2.8" Width: 6" Height: 7.8" Weight: 2 lbs.