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A must have
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..
edited over 5 years ago
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.
Best for a home studio setup on a midrange budget!
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.