Mackie offer a straightforward and affordable approach to audio interfacing with two new Onyx units.
There’s no shortage of small USB audio interfaces on the market but, like Focusrite, who already have a strong foothold right across the audio interface range, Mackie are making the most of the reputation of their analogue preamplifiers. After all, if the converters are as good as you can get at a certain price, it is the analogue circuitry that will most strongly differentiate one model from another. In these two Mackie interfaces, the mic amp circuitry follows the design created for their respected Onyx mixers. The two models we’re looking at here, the Artist 1.2 and the Producer 2.2, are both well-suited...
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