The Best Audio Interfaces For Music Production – March 2019

Posted by Nick on March 20, 2019

In the not-so-distant past, there were very few options available if you wanted to be a recording artist. You either had to build a massive following through extensive live performing, or take your chances on a record industry executive stumbling across your demo in a pile of unsolicited and probably underwhelming submissions.

Thankfully those times have changed. Due to a rise in increasingly powerful and affordable personal audio interfaces, virtually anyone can create anything from a single track to a full-fledged album in the comfort of their own home with a pair of headphones.

Whether you’re interested in recording real instruments or creating the next big dubstep hit, personal recording systems have completely revolutionized and democratized music recording, and these small systems have actually been behind some of the biggest hits of the past five years.

The only downside to the home recording revolution is that there’s a seemingly limitless number of audio interfaces to choose from, and each one brings a variety of unique features to the table that may or may not suit your specific needs.

Another frustrating variable is that these interfaces tend to fluctuate dramatically in price—depending on a variety of things such as input functionality, sonic quality, processing speed, and much more.

With these frustrations in mind, we’ve assembled a list of some of the best and most price-worthy audio interfaces money can buy. Enjoy.

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