#1
hello!

I am looking to buy an audio interface, so that I won't have to buy a much more expensive amp, as well as due to my limited space

I want to play death/black metal

I want zero latency

I want many effects

what else should I want? what else should I look for in an interface?

do you have any to suggest me?

which has the most effects? I am interested mainly in distorted effects, metal effects

is this good? http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0023BYDHK/

thanks!
Last edited by guitaror at Mar 5, 2015,
#2
You need to go to the Recordings forum & read the stickies. All your questions are answered there.
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#3
Yes TS, do that.
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#5
by the way, I don't want to always record, I want to practice guitar, compose music, isn't that okay with an audio interface without amp?
#6
There is no "best interface" for a genre.

Grab a Focusrite Scarlett 2i4 and call it a day.

EDIT:

Actually, OP, what I might suggest instead is getting something like a Line 6 Pod HD500 and just using that for your tone. It has an interface built in.

The one you picked out is a piece of complete shit. Avoid.
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27 GBP is the price of nothing for you?
#9
^ in this field, yes.

Also that interface won't work, it has no instrument input.
Like, no 1/4" jack to plug a guitar cable into.

Read the introduction to recording sticky in the recording forum.

You don't have to read it all, you can skip the interfaces suggestions after the first two, though read the rest or you'll keep not having a clue what to ask and what you're asking.
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#10
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27 GBP is the price of nothing for you?

Your original post describes a need for high spec equipment, yet you're looking at a cheap piece of crap.

That is the point he was making.

Now go read the stickies and buy some proper equipment.
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#11
you misunderstood I think

I don't need professional audiophile or whatever stuff that are for gigs and I will make 20% usage of their features

after thinking of it, I would be fine with software effects, so no need the interface to have loads of effects

I want the cheapest good option

I read for UCA222 on amazon all people are satisfied, what is the exact problem then?
#12
Quote by guitaror
you misunderstood I think

I don't need professional audiophile or whatever stuff that are for gigs and I will make 20% usage of their features

after thinking of it, I would be fine with software effects, so no need the interface to have loads of effects

I want the cheapest good option

I read for UCA222 on amazon all people are satisfied, what is the exact problem then?


I'd never buy anything from Behringer, would most likely break down as soon as it's out the box, listen to these people and buy a Focusrite Scarlett interface, if price in an option get either the 2i2 or the Solo, trust me, it's far better than the Behringer
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#13
what's the difference between 2i4, 2i2 and solo?
don't tell me to refer to the manuals, I won't understand a thing
#14
Quote by guitaror
you misunderstood I think

I don't need professional audiophile or whatever stuff that are for gigs and I will make 20% usage of their features

after thinking of it, I would be fine with software effects, so no need the interface to have loads of effects

I want the cheapest good option

I read for UCA222 on amazon all people are satisfied, what is the exact problem then?

Then buy it.

You obviously aren't prepared to listen to the advice given here, so trust your own judgement.
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#15
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what's the difference between 2i4, 2i2 and solo?
The solo has less inputs, the 2i4 has a pad.

They all sound fairly bad if ya ask me.
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You know what you should do?

...


Read the introduction to recording sticky in the recording section!

There's a whole paragraph on how to interpret specs on manuals.
Also there's the answer to a lot of questions of yours.

I get that you want to be told that there's something that is plain better than the other stuff and is also extremely simple to use, but that approach won't bring you far.

Learn stuff, then ask stuff, then buy stuff.
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