#1
Anyone think the Line 6 TonePort UX2 is a decent recording interface? I'm not looking for tones out of it, just something to record my band with.
#2
no. The tone port is only for guitar. And Its only has 2 channels. Tough to get a good drum sound with only 2 inputs. Look at something M-audio.
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#3
Quote by Ubershall404
no. The tone port is only for guitar. And Its only has 2 channels. Tough to get a good drum sound with only 2 inputs. Look at something M-audio.

Oh, I was under the impression that because it had 2 XLR and 2 TRS inputs, that I could then use four channels, and plug two TRS mics into it.

And I was actually looking at the Lexicon Alpha USB interface.

To be honest, all I really need are two inputs, we can do multiple takes until everything's recorded. Would the TonePort be better then since I could use effects from it as well?
#4
Well it has 2 XLR inputs and 2 guitar inputs, so it would probably be okay. Haven't had much experience so I'm not entirely sure.
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#5
meh, to me the toneports more of a multi-tasker between a headphones practicing/guitar tone device than something to record drums and stuff with. look at some m-audio like earlier mentioned
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#6
I have a lexicon omega, the thing is really good for all the more I paid for it. I would def. recommend Lexicon.