A key selection for your home recording studio is the audio interface.
Some say it’s as important as the DAW you will use, as there is a learning curve with a lot of them, and you can get hooked to some of their features.
The amount of options can be overwhelming – so let’s break this down and give you the tools you need to make an informed decision.
Plus some news about the animal’s ability to hear music, and an app to alleviate the symptoms of tinnitus.
This is the essence of this episode of our podcast for the tech-minded music lovers.
PlayerListen to “Episode 13: Let's face the audio interface” on Spreaker.
This episode has the following structure:
- Contact info
- How you can support
- Updates and news
- Audio Interfaces:
- Why ?
- What to look for
- Cheap ones
- Pro level
There are certainly more options out there, but these were the most popular at the time of writing. Keep me updated if you have any other interfaces you like that we have not mentioned in the episode. We’re always eager to learn new tools and new tricks !
Our article about RME and UA Apollo.
A musician has created a “groundbreaking” app that promises to provide relief from the symptoms of tinnitus.
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