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Old 10th September 2018
Lives for gear
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Definitely, any audio interface has a "sound", even if it is very subtle. Physics, you cannot eliminate all errors/distortions, and how do you reducing them defines the arthefacts, the "sound".

IMO, RME has its strange "clear, but not clean" signature in its lower priced (compared to Micstasy) range of converters. And i prefer it to many other just because i can live with it, if it sounds good on RME it will sound good almost anywhere. Not so much with UA or MOTU interfaces, IME.

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