#1
So my band's working on a new album and I wanted to upgrade my system to record with. I've got a quad core PC that I plan to dual boot with OSx (so we can use Logic). My question is what kind of interface should I use to do the recording?

I have 2 different USB interfaces, but I was thinking about upgrading them to a PCI device... but I don't want to spend much more than $200. My biggest concern is that it has to work in OSx but plug into a PC.
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#2
Quote by theGlitch
So my band's working on a new album and I wanted to upgrade my system to record with. I've got a quad core PC that I plan to dual boot with OSx (so we can use Logic). My question is what kind of interface should I use to do the recording?

I have 2 different USB interfaces, but I was thinking about upgrading them to a PCI device... but I don't want to spend much more than $200. My biggest concern is that it has to work in OSx but plug into a PC.


Are you making a hackintosh? Because I don't think you can boot OSx on a non-Mac computer unless you do the hackintosh thing.
#4
Quote by britishsligean
look at a line 6 ux2


That's what I use, but if you have more to spend there are definitely better, such as Presonus, which uses better preamps (or so I've heard)
#5
Quote by Meelad360
Are you making a hackintosh? Because I don't think you can boot OSx on a non-Mac computer unless you do the hackintosh thing.

that's the plan...
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- Fender Jazzmaster
- Supa Trem
- 2x12 cab
- Mesa Lone Star
- ondes martenot
#6
yeah dude...good luck with the OS thing...but if you want any sort of professionalism in the quality of the recording stay away from Line 6 and Presonus. Amateurish at best.

Focusrite is in the right direction. Comparable price, MUCH better quality.
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