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Logic 9 reserching the best audio interface for Logic 9-snow leopard

Discussion in 'Logic 9' started by sawako, Dec 4, 2009.

  1. sawako

    sawako New Member

    I've just ordered upgrade package to 9 from 8;)
    waiting and looking forward to:thmbup:

    and considering to get a new audio interface.
    is there any recommendation or information from you?
    my budget is around $500.:abduct:
    2 in 4 out minimum n firewire are preferred
    (...never used USB audio interface-give me ur opininon:waveywavey:)

    spec-MacBookPro15" 2.8Ghz

  3. Janne

    Janne Member

    My Focusrite Saffire pro 40 have been great, and Focusrite seems to be very committed to support it with both driver and firmware updates to add features and OS support.

  4. daveyboy

    daveyboy Senior member

    If it were me and I only needed 2 channels I'd look into the Apogee Duet only because I switch to the Apogee Symphony system this year and am thrilled with the sound. Plus, you get 2 mic pres with the Duet on top of the inputs which supposedly sound pretty nice.
  5. sawako

    sawako New Member

    thank you guys.
    Focusrite Saffire pro 40 is too expensive for me...x-D
    but seems really great hopefully oneday I could get..
    Apogee...sometimes I use Live for DJing,Apogee seems like for more audio recording use;}
    but anyway good to know!
    Thank u Janne n Dave!!
  6. Eli

    Eli Senior member

    You mentioned originally that you needed four outputs. What about the Presonus Firebox? It's not "sexy", but a reliable and trusty solid old workhorse.
  7. Fr3ShiE

    Fr3ShiE Member

    Apogee DUET

    I went through about four interfaces until I found the DUET. In my opinion, for your budget, the way to go for sure. It was quite a headache getting myself to that conclusion, I now use an Ensemble for the band. Go Apogee!

    Only two outs though... Best quality and user interface, ESPECIALLY with Logic, it's built in...

    My second favorite was PreSonus.
  8. hsdrecording

    hsdrecording Member

    i used the presonus and the profire 2626. im sticking with the profire. you can get it for 500.

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