"Ure today has his recording studio set up in a lightweight office building based down the back of his garden at his home just outside Bath in UK county Somerset and uses a DAW system running Logic or ProTools on Apple Macs, depending on the requirements of the project in hand, with MOTU 828 audio interfaces and an AMT8 MIDI Interface. Ure has an M-Audio MIDI fader desk and NHT Pro monitor system."more
This thing is well over 15 years old I believe. I bought it used on ebay, and it still works flawlessy to this day... I never had a problem with it, it never gets too hot and it just works... I normally completely forget about it being there, it is that good :)
Way back before Apple bought them out, a German company named Emagic was known for its Logic software and high-quality MIDI interfaces. Mine is probably close to 15 years old, but still works great.
Works especially good with Logic but since Apple bought emagic, they stopped supporting Windows completely: no drivers, no software to configure/setup anymore... Apple support is a joke anyhow. So only consider buying this if you're running Apple Logic. Emagic however did build good, lasting hardware.