RME have ploughed all of their considerable interface-making know-how into the Fireface UFX+, and the results are impressive.
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Reviews: Computer Recording System
UA’s new Apollo 8p boasts eight channels of the company’s Unison–powered preamps.
Behringer’s X32 consoles aren’t light on features, but they’ve never offered stand-alone multitrack recording — until now...
Despite the abundance of right-click menus, hardware control surfaces and tablet apps for accessing the deeper-lying functions of Cubase, a detailed knowledge of its keyboard shortcuts remains essential.
Two heavy hitters in the world of digital audio have come up with an intriguing new synthesis of hardware and software.
These compact devices boast more digital I/O than any other USB interface.
Yellowtec make lots of equipment for the broadcast market, but their latest interfaces could be just the ticket for music production.
SPL's Crimson combines a high‑quality interface and monitor controller into one conveniently sized box.
With its bundled Pro Tools Express software, Avid's new interface could be just the thing for anyone getting started with music production.
The Apollo 16 is an audio interface designed to bring UA's Powered Plug-in processing into the heart of a larger studio setup.
Focusrite started out as a high-end audio company building no-compromise mic preamps for the likes of Sir George Martin's Air Studios
The compact UR22 offers 24-bit, 192kHz recording, a bundled version of Cubase, and a very reasonable price: what’s not to like?
The Echo 2 certainly looks the part, with its contemporary touchscreen interface, but does it back up the style with substance?
Ethernet-based audio interfaces seem set to be the next big thing in digital audio, and forward-looking manufacturers Focusrite are getting in on the ground floor.
A little package from Avid lets you run a full Pro Tools HD Native system from your laptop, with huge track counts and negligible latency.
Alva’s debut audio interface combines versatile single-control operation with impressive sound quality.
MOTU have brought their expertise to bear on a new desktop audio interface, the Track 16.
Sound On Sound was given an exclusive sneak preview of the first production units in advance of the official product announcement on October 12th.
The Forte is Focusrite’s attempt to build the best compact USB audio interface possible. Have they hit this ambitious target?