#1
I need to pick up an audio interface. I record guitar/bass/vocals/keyboard, but always one at a time. I work in ableton and program drums and other additional instruments so I will never need more then one xlr and one 1/4 inch input. I have a sm57+58 so I don't believe I'll need phantom unless I decide to upgrade to a condenser mic in the future. At which point I would probably just upgrade the interface rather then buying it now and not needing it later. Budget isn't a problem but I really don't think I'll need much. Any suggestions?
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#3
Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 or 2i4 if you want to record DI tracks. The Scarlett is easily the best budget interface out there these days.
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Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 or 2i4 if you want to record DI tracks. The Scarlett is easily the best budget interface out there these days.


+1 I got a 2i2 to replace a Behringer 222 a year ago. It's been magic with Audacity and Podium. I use it with electric guitar and condenser microphones. Also I have lugged it halfway across the world more than once and it stayed in one piece.
#5
I've heard great things about the Focusrite interfaces but they are overpriced here in Australia. I have a Steinberg UR22 and it's been fantastic.