Audient have used their considerable expertise to create an audio interface just for guitarists.
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Reviews: Audio Interface
The RodeCaster Pro is a one‑stop shop for creating high‑quality podcasts.
JoeCo's debut desktop interface combines high sound quality, robust engineering and some unusual features.
Fluid Audio's SRI-2 keeps things simple but doesn't skimp on build quality and design.
CEntrance's MixerFace R4 is a highly versatile mobile recording interface and mixer.
Offering both retro analogue simplicity and modern digital recording facilities, can this device be master of all trades?
The iD44 is a versatile USB 2.0 desktop interface with Audient's trademark audio quality.
Rode's computer recording package offers top value for amateur and professional alike.
This pedal puts Line 6's flagship Helix processing in a compact stompbox.
Mackie offer a straightforward and affordable approach to audio interfacing with two new Onyx units.
Universal Audio’s new Apollo X range sees the company pull out all the stops to best the competition — have they succeeded?
Could Boss’s latest do-it-all modelling processor form the heart of your live or recording rig?
IK’s iRig Stomp I/O bridges the gap between hardware and software, both on stage and in the studio.
Apogee increase the range of their Symphony I/O MkII interface with a module aimed squarely at mastering.
MOTU’s 828 series has been a valuable studio workhorse for nearly two decades, and the latest is the best one yet.
Compact, portable, capable of overdubbing, and packed with preamps — could this be the multitracker we’ve all been waiting for?
A mixer, a USB 2 interface, and valve coloration all for less than the price of many preamps — is it too good to be true?
The Arrow offers two-channel recording and Universal Audio’s celebrated plug-ins, all at the end of a Thunderbolt 3 connector.
Zoom reimagine the stand-alone multitracker for the DAW generation.