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    Audio Interfaces to recommend?

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    Hey, guys I am searching for a realitevly mid-range priced audio interface where I will be able to record a mic, insert my speakers and MIDI.

    From your experience, could you guys recommend some audio interfaces so I can take a look at several options? Thanks

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    Try the Scarlett 2i4 2nd gen.
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    Scarlett interfaces are nice. 2i2 or 2i4. You have some great options in that range: The 5 Best Audio Interfaces for Home & Studio 2018 | Equipboard(R)

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    Quote Originally Posted by subliminal24 View Post
    Scarlett interfaces are nice. 2i2 or 2i4. You have some great options in that range: The 5 Best Audio Interfaces for Home & Studio 2018 | Equipboard(R)
    Not hating on the Scarletts - I'm using one myself atm and often recommend them - but that list, or rather calling it "the best", is just downright weird. It'd be more accurately called "some good choices for basic entry-level interfaces".

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    Fair point, yeah "best" is a stretch, but I guess I was under the impression OP might be served well by an entry level interface --> "realitevly mid-range priced audio interface where I will be able to record a mic, insert my speakers and MIDI"

    Don't need much more than a Scarlett 2i2 or Audient iD4 for that

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    Quote Originally Posted by subliminal24 View Post
    Fair point, yeah "best" is a stretch, but I guess I was under the impression OP might be served well by an entry level interface --> "realitevly mid-range priced audio interface where I will be able to record a mic, insert my speakers and MIDI"

    Don't need much more than a Scarlett 2i2 or Audient iD4 for that
    The impression is probably right I just wanted to point out that unfortunately you won't be getting *the best* with a hundred or two.

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    i'm happy with my behringer u-phoria umc204hd. the scarlett is kind of overhyped. There are actually other good interfaces.

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    the behringher 404hd died on me last night the pres and converters are decent which is why i got it, but that shit was not stable from day one, not with pro tools anyways seemed ok with ableton but the clock in that thing would bug out from time to time presonus or focusrite !

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    Mackie big knob studio is a nobrainer imho

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