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    Question Best Affordable Audio Interface for Logic Pro?

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    Newbie. Needing a little advice. Just throw some at me.

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    Any in the 100-400$ range. Those things kill latency pretty drastically.
    Was skeptical till I hooked a 2i2 up to a 2ghz asus lappy years back before building some rigs.

    They are very drastic latency reducers.

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    Behringer's U-Phoria series, Focusrite's Scarlett series, Steinberg's UR series - in no particular order.
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    I think I'm gonna go with Focusrite Scarlett 18i8. Everyone seems to love them and they seem like a fantastic starting point for sure. Thanks for the help!! I'm sure I'll need more!

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    Dope. own a 2i2 & a ur22 myself. You will be amazed at the drastic latency reduction

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    Quote Originally Posted by KonKossKang View Post
    Dope. own a 2i2 & a ur22 myself. You will be amazed at the drastic latency reduction
    Mac's CoreAudio is pretty nice even without an interface though
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    My personal favorite is the Audient iD14.

    It just works, it's built solid, designed timelessly, the pre-amps transform your headphones to their maximum potential, and the digital to analogue converters are extremely high-quality made by a reputable signal processing company, Burr-Brown.

    At a $300 price point, in my opinion it's the best option.

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    Everybody is using those scarlet units and they work more than fine as far as I know. Its not that a better interface will make you do better songs anyway, if you are not into audio that much you wont even hear the difference between many interfaces.
    I use two interfaces: RME Fireface for logic (one of the best interfaces out there but lil pricey) and a MOTU ultralite mk3 that I use on FL.
    Both are bit expensive but let me tell you that RME wins hands down in terms of configuration and management. Plus its a rack unit if you need that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moonboi View Post
    Everybody is using those scarlet units and they work more than fine as far as I know. Its not that a better interface will make you do better songs anyway, if you are not into audio that much you wont even hear the difference between many interfaces.
    I use two interfaces: RME Fireface for logic (one of the best interfaces out there but lil pricey) and a MOTU ultralite mk3 that I use on FL.
    Both are bit expensive but let me tell you that RME wins hands down in terms of configuration and management. Plus its a rack unit if you need that.
    And durability.. my model was discontinued in 2004 (!!), still works without a hitch, still can get the drivers and they still work on newer Windows.
    It still performs quite nicely. I can a run a full track, loaded with synths and effects with 23.3 ms latency.
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