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Add a professional edge to your studio with the M-Track Eight from M-Audio. This eight-input USB 2.0 audio interface enables you to track large music ensembles, record the band, or mic an entire drum set with pro-grade audio components and a myriad of connections. Eight combo XLR+1/4" inputs accommodate nearly any source, from phantom-powered microphones to your favorite guitar, and eight dedicated outputs offer versatile playback options. The XLR inputs are designed to work with microphones and other Lo-Z sources, and the phantom power switch enables you to use condenser microphones by delivering 48v phantom power to the XLR inputs (Channels 1-4; 5-8). M-Track Eight also has two conveniently located inputs on the front panel that can be switched to allow instrument-level signals, so you can plug your electric guitar or bass directly into M-Track Eight and start recording. Individual gain knobs with meters help ensure the proper input level by providing realtime visual feedback.


Advice on simple basic set up to record music...mixer/interface?.

does anyone have any experience of this please? M-Audio M-Track Eight Features 8-channel USB 2.0 audio interface 8 XLR+1/4? combo inputs with individual metering Pristine and precise audio recording with up to 24-bit/96 kHz resolution High-headroom inputs with Octane Preamp Technology Dedicated line-input circuitry for clean, professional recordings 2 front-panel instrument inputs for easy access Selectable phantom power (Channels 1-4; 5-8) for using...

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Trying to choose first mixer for home studio!! do not want a mixer – you want a multi-channel interface, like the Scarlett 18i20 or the M-Audio M-Track Eight.

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