This MOTU UltraLite MK3 Interface is Owned by Dave Mustaine, frontman for the legendary metal band Megadeth. Megadeth's mobile and portable interface for live and rehearsal recording. This badboy is rugged and ready for anything wether that's in your one bedroom apartment or on festival grounds.more
Strong headphone and monitor outputs... 14 Ins and 14 outs.. 10 of each or 1/4" line level (maybe one side was 8.. don't hate on me for being too lazy to move over 3 feet and look at the back)... and they are DC coupled outputs.. fun having Reaktor or Oscillot play nice with my Kilpatrick Phenol... If you use a good bit of hardware.. get this... it was cheap too. $500.. Also can use this as a DJ interface (all those outputs.. 4 decks no issue.. come on people.. this techno mixing.. use the technology..
Does everything a half rack Audio Interface should do. Great features, many of which I rarely use, but if I needed them, they're there! Great EQ controllers, Cuemix doesn't fuss with FL Studio.
Update: After owning it for 4 years and only trying other devices to see what's out there. in my setup I get a real time round trip performance delay of 3-5ms on average. This is a great little device and I don't see myself downgrading to anything else until maybe thunderbolt becomes standard or something. I cannot praise this enough! 48kh for normal performance, 192 when recording unique things for future playback, With oodles of built in features for audio forensics and diagnostics. its a hard little gem to pass up. I beleive its street price is 550 US, so its not too hard on the pockets for an 8 (2 neutrik, one in front one in back) in 8 out (includes master) and incredibly well put together internall mapping. As a stand alone it shines and with a computer controlling it via USB/Midi you've got a interface worth its weight in gold. I've only seen it crash once and that was because I kept booting my DAW during Beta testing for sync tests. Works on win 7 without issue.
for the amount of outputs and inputs and versatility. I use the mk3 for recording bands to doing live analog fx recording with computer vsts going in and out through a daws mixer. Sound cards a must for any serious home studio work and the MK3 does it all.