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Cheap portable interface I can use for reamping

Discussion in 'Backline' started by AllanD, May 8, 2012.

  1. AllanD

    AllanD boom tap boom-boom tap

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    I'd prefer to stay near or under 200$, i just need an interface I can bring around with in my laptop bag because I do location reamping. Any ideas? Firewire preferred, only need one input and at least four outputs, and a headphone output.
     
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    Forget it. 200$ ?
     
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    You prob won't be getting any firewire for $200....

    Maybe focusrite? Scarlett or Saffire. Or Presonus AudioBox?

    Personally I'd spend three times that and go for the Apogee Duet...
     
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    Duet is too much for what I need, I have a main interface (Saffire 56 and 40), this is literally just for reamping(plus mac only? Windows user). USB can work too, I'm sure reaper has latency compensation.
     

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