#1
Hiya!

So, as the title suggests, I was wondering what audio interface would be suitable JUST for recording vocals. Only 1 input(?) would be needed, but something which produces great sounding stuff would be wunderbar!

Thanks a lot guys.

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#2
Depends on your price range...
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#3
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Depends on your price range...


That's a damn good point.

I converted $500 Aussie dollars to American to give a sense of my budget. $461 was the converted price...so anywhere around there really.

Thanks
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I find it's usually better to convert prices with examples, that way we can account for the "Australia Tax". A Focusrite Saffire Pro 40 runs about $499 here in Aus, the Pro 24 DSP runs $439, and the Motu Audio Express runs $489.

My guess is there isn't much that's better than the Focusrite Scarlett 2i4 (the one in the sticky) that's worth the extra dough.

Also, are you buying local (in which case, what stores are you looking at) or are you buying online?
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I find it's usually better to convert prices with examples, that way we can account for the "Australia Tax". A Focusrite Saffire Pro 40 runs about $499 here in Aus, the Pro 24 DSP runs $439, and the Motu Audio Express runs $489.

My guess is there isn't much that's better than the Focusrite Scarlett 2i4 (the one in the sticky) that's worth the extra dough.

Also, are you buying local (in which case, what stores are you looking at) or are you buying online?


Great! Thanks for the response!

Ahh, okay. Yeah, I've been looking at Focusrite and I reckon I've come across the Scarlett, but the 2i4 isn't listed on the sites I'm on, so it may need to be ordered in...I don't know what the price'll be like either, but I'll call tomorrow when they're open (they closed 30 minutes ).

That's super helpful though, thanks so much.

I'll be buying from a store, yeah.
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#7
Which store are you buying from?
And over here in Perth, a Scarlett 2i4 costs $239 at Kosmic so I wouldn't pay any more than $250 for it (and in the eastern states I'd call that a bit steep, we sometimes get a WA tax along with the Australia tax).
#8
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Which store are you buying from?
And over here in Perth, a Scarlett 2i4 costs $239 at Kosmic so I wouldn't pay any more than $250 for it (and in the eastern states I'd call that a bit steep, we sometimes get a WA tax along with the Australia tax).


John Reynolds...They're just located in South Australia I believe. I used to support Derringers, but the staff are incredible at John Reynolds and the prices are always better there. That's actually quite a good price though! Didn't expect it to be so cheap. Thanks so much man. I appreciate it!!!
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