Soundcards

Discussion in 'Production' started by mistasfx, Mar 23, 2009.

  1. mistasfx

    mistasfx MISTA SFX

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    Im currently running a terratec dmx fire 06/08 but its like 4 year old so badly need an upgrade!!

    Any recommendations for a decent sound card?
     
  2. kenflex

    kenflex KenFlex

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    NIs Audio Kontrol 1
     
  3. DJ_March

    DJ_March New Member

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    What sort of price range and how many inputs/outputs do ya need?
     
  4. dauntless

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    Don't mess about with your soundcard.
    Grab the best you can get!

    I've had my RME Fireface400 for how ever long its been out. 2years or whatever....

    I can honestly say i've had NOT 1 issue with sound since i've had the card.
    RME are the bizness.
    its true that the drivers are incredibly reliable.
    The sound quality is superb.

    RME=win!

    If you don't the ramblings of a madman then look at what the experts use.
    Steinberg use RME (its in the sigs of peeps)
    every audio tutorial video i see they are using RME!
    Big name artists....etc....
     
  5. mistasfx

    mistasfx MISTA SFX

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    yea at a professional price as well hahaha

    im looking between the £100-£250 range m8!
     
  6. vickvega

    vickvega Mr. Blonde

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    i got a tascam us-122 used for a great price-100 us dollars
    solid little bitch she is