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RME has given a face to digital audio. Starting with the Multiface as first serious/professional mobile I/O solution ever we raised the bar further and further, up to the extremely popular and successful Fireface series. So now that the racks are filled we will start to rock your desktop! The Babyface is smooth on the outside for looks and feel, but has the balls inside: latest 192 kHz AD- and DA-converters, two reference class microphone preamps, SteadyClock - analog circuit design, features and function are truly RME - we wouldn't give our newborn anything second class! That includes the new TotalMix FX, a TotalMix on steroids, with tons of new features, improvements and 3-band parametric EQs, plus added echo and reverb: anything you need right out of the box and with near zero latency! The Babyface uses RME's Hammerfall USB audio core from the Fireface UC - another milestone in low latency audio interfaces, and will give you outstanding performance and top sound in an ultra-portable, nicely designed and attractively shaped enclosure. The Babyface is available in two color variants: blue and silver.


Audio Interface - Low Latency Performance Data Base

...knife" units to save space. Given my DAW usage is not overly demanding, am I still better off getting an RME Babyface to use as a DAC that feeds into a separate headphone amp? I appreciate this is a very specific question :lol:

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So I Compared Some Tape Machines and Emulations (No Blind Tests, just Data!)

...there's interest for that sort of thing! Some additional technical details: I used an RME Babyface (the original one) for gathering the data. With the tape machines I used the analog inputs and outputs compensating for the input’s frequency response, either by using Fuzzmeasure’s Automatic correction or Totalmix’s internal EQ. With the emulations, I used...

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Any general advice on this room?

...made a measurement following the instructions from the gik vodeo. Hope I didn't make any mistakes. I measured using a rme babyface pro, neumann kh120 and a behringer ecm 8000. Due to little to no knowledge I can just guess that there are 2 main problems being 2 frequencies that are too loud and sound...

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