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Interfaces

One of the most important devices in your studio setup is the interface between the real recording world and your virtual one. Here’s our pick of six of the best interfaces we’ve looked at recently in MusicTech…

TASCAM iXR £124

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Just £124 for a dual iOS-and-desktop interface is a bit of a bargain. This is a flexible interface that will fit into a handbag and in our tests, we had our iOS and desktop studio worlds married in no time at all…

WE SAID “The iXR is a bit of a revelation. Here, you have a unit that costs just £124 and delivers both as a desktop interface and as a fantastic iOS interface, too. Honestly, this is just silly money for what you get. You might get better-quality playback on (much) more expensive interfaces, but I can’t think of anything that, once set up, will jump across your iOS and desktopinterfacing worlds with such glee. Its speed at turning to whatever you want it to, is almost inspiring in itself.”

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About MusicTech

As another year sails off into the horizon, it’s time for us to take stock of the plethora of tech, gear, software, hardware and everything in-between that has landed on our doormat this year. Yep, you guessed it – the time is upon us once more to decide who receives our annual Gear Of The Year Awards. This year, we’ve once again enabled readers to vote for their favourite gear online, and, combined with our editorial deliberations, we have selected the ultimate winners for each category as well as those Highly Commended runners-up. Elsewhere, our pages are packed with tutorials, reviews of the latest hardware and software (some of which may make it into next year’s Gear Of The Year) and much, much more. We hope you enjoy the issue.