Audio Interfaces?

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After making drum and bass for a while I think being able to record audio would be a great step forward, but with my current soundcard nothing sounds very decent, and the latency is awful.

So I thought you all might be able to help me find a decent audio interface for under £150. I know thats not alot but thats pretty much all I have at the moment, so my range is somewhat limited.

I was looking at the m-audio fast track pro becuase it has 2 inputs with xlr/ 1/4inch jack with pre amps, and monitoring facilities. But if anyone has better suggestions please tell me becuase i'm still new to all this.

Thanks in advance.
 
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fast track pro does exactly what it ses on the tin. its a great piece of kit.
you can probably get something cheaper which does the same but it may possibly have latency issues with recording...
fast track doesnt :)
 

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Fast track pro sounds like a good idea, supports Pro Tools M powered aswel so you could upgrade to that in the future without having to get a new interface.
 

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I use an Alesis IO2, cost about 80 quid, and has 2 xlr inputs, 2x2 line inputs, phantom power, MIDI in/out, S/PDF In/Out, and runs on USB power, so doesn't need another plug.

Never had any problems, small and looks slick, cheap and does everything I need.

 
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