Audio Interface

Why an audio interface? An interface is regarded as the brain of your studio and is responsible for providing high quality sound recordings and playback. By increasing sound quality you get a much richer and more accurate sound, and it makes it much easier to hear slight imperfections that would otherwise go unnoticed.

Used by producers, DJs, and musicians for creating and remixing,and recording songs. Audio interfaces are compatible with most popular DAW programs such as Ableton Live, Logic Pro, and Protools.

To put it simply, an audio interface gets audio into and out of your computer. It turns analogue audio signals into digital information and vice versa. The converters which handle this process are known as AD/DA converters. The quality of these converters influence the performance of the interface, thus impacting the price.

The number of connections in an audio interface also has an impact on price. An interface will have microphone and line inputs. A microphone input will accept 3 Pin XLR cables and a line input will mostly accept Jack or RCA. Line inputs are mono and are typically used for instruments such as synthesisers, drum machines and DJ mixers.

To make sure you purchase the best audio interface for you, please contact our experienced DJ City staff in store or online.