#1
Hey! I thread got closed in the pit, so I have to make a new one. How do audio interfaces connect to my computer? Do I just plug a mic/guitar into the interface and then plug it into the computer thru USB? What are some good ones for cheap? Because I want to the get a mic as well, probably an SM57 or something.
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#2
Interfaces plug in with firewire or USB. What's your budget?
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#3
Basically. Get an M-Audio Fast Track Pro, that's what I use.
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#5
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Depends what they are new in the USA. Great interface though from what I've heard.
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#6
It was a toss up, but I went with an M-Audio Pro on ebay for $150!!

EDIT: So with the M-Audio Pro, it has an input for guitar. Would it sound better putting the guitar directly into it vs. buying a SM57 and micing my amp?
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Last edited by stinger12345 at Jul 7, 2009,
#7
Putting a guitar directly in is useless unless you have amp simulation software like pod farm, revalver, guitar rig etc. It's the amp that makes the electric guitar sound like an electric guitar.