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One of the most fundamental components of any studio set-up is the audio interface — the hardware needed to get sound into your studio computer (and DAW) when recording vocals or live instruments, and to get sound back out again to the monitors or headphones you need to hear your work.

Unfortunately, there are a dizzying array of options on the market today, and they vary considerably in price, capability — and quality. And when you start factoring in the need to go mobile or tackle applications, like recording your own video, things get complicated.

In this piece, I take a look at a couple of different options: RME’s Babyface Pro and the CEtrance Mixerface R4.

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