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    Default Re: Home playing and recording

    Good friend of mine uses a Roland and swears by it.

    The bottom line is that unless you are getting a high end interface, find the one that has the feature set at the price you want. There are VERY few bad interfaces around these days. And I guarantee no one will listen to your music and be able to tell which interface you used, there are many other factors that go ahead of what preamp or converter you used.
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    A small pa with usb should do this as well

    My Behringer x air does all 18 channels individually to pc software
    The 16 channels version does left and right stereo

    Smaller ones should too

    My Digitech GNX does four channels back
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    I fought with an older Focusrite Saffire usb 6 that kept fighting back and eventually won. The major, and I mean MAJOR problem was with the audio drivers. The older hardware just didn't agree with the newer ASIO drivers, and my computer, and the DAWs and whatnot, and I was beating my head against a wall with the thing. I finally broke down and bought an Audient ID14 interface. I think it was in the $250 range but wow...its really nice. Very easy to use. No headaches. Sounds fantastic. Nobody LIKES spending a bunch of money on every piece of gear. We are all looking for something great for little money. Sometimes you just gotta bite the bullet.
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