#1
I'm looking for a good USB recording interface for my guitar. Budget is around 100~200 USD. MIDI controller is a plus but not required.
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ESP Standard Eclipse I CTM VW
ESP LTD Deluxe H-1001
ESP LTD Deluxe Viper-1000 STBC
ESP Edwards E-EX-100STD
Warmoth Paulcaster "Tiger"
Tanglewood TW170 AS
Vox Tonelab ST
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#2
I think sony acid pro is what you are looking for Check out the recordings on my profile, they are all using acid, i live by acid, it is amazing
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#4
No, no. Get the Line 6 Toneport UX2. It's around 200$, does have MIDI, and is super awesome. I'm usually not a fan of Amp simulation VST programs, but the Line 6 one is just awesome, and so realistic.
I wouldn't recommend anything else.
#6
I would prefer those without any modeling softwares behind. I like my Tonelab LE and want to record the sound coming from it directly.
What I'm looking for is something like a E-MU 0202 or M-Audio Fast track. Those have been out a while now so I wonder if anything newer has came up yet
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ESP Standard Eclipse I CTM VW
ESP LTD Deluxe H-1001
ESP LTD Deluxe Viper-1000 STBC
ESP Edwards E-EX-100STD
Warmoth Paulcaster "Tiger"
Tanglewood TW170 AS
Vox Tonelab ST
Blackstar HT-1R


#7
I own a Fast Track Pro, it's good but I do have some problems with it. The sound dropping randomly for example. Also I couldn't get it to work very well in Vista, I couldn't record in most of my software so I had to switch back to XP.

It has MIDI In and Out, phantom power and next to no latency. Just keep in mind what I said up there^^
#8
Any plans for recording microphones? If you don't need many MIDI interfaces, it's easier and cheaper to get a MIDI USB cable.

As for my pick, assuming you may get an SM57 for guitar amps, is this Lexicon. Get this MIDI cable/interface and you get free shipping and what you want.
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#9
Do you need to mic things? Do you want to record multiple inputs at the same time? Do you have a USB 2.0 jack or just the 1.1? These are all good questions, overall I've heard the e-mu is nice, if you only have 1.1 though you should be able to get a pretty nice one for cheaper, may have higher latency though, this tool is great, try it out:

http://www.recordingreview.com/soundcard/soundcard_wizard.php
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#10
Quote by maggot9779
I own a Fast Track Pro, it's good but I do have some problems with it. The sound dropping randomly for example. Also I couldn't get it to work very well in Vista, I couldn't record in most of my software so I had to switch back to XP.

It has MIDI In and Out, phantom power and next to no latency. Just keep in mind what I said up there^^

Just curious, what program do you use with your Fast Track Pro?
I have problems with my Fast Track Ultra on Sony Acid and was looking for another program.
#11
Quote by cratskomodo
Just curious, what program do you use with your Fast Track Pro?
I have problems with my Fast Track Ultra on Sony Acid and was looking for another program.


I use Cubase SX 3 mostly. I also sometimes use Pro Tools that came with the FTP. I prefer Cubase though, plus the college I go to uses it too.

Pretty much every program I try works on XP. On Vista I was only able to use SX 3 for a little while before it stopped working with the FTP. So I downloaded n-track and it worked but I didn't like it much.