1. avatar remedy malahide
  2. avatar Recycled Alien
  3. avatar nocturn
    I would go with M-Audio, generally cheap reliable, and really bloody good.
  4. avatar digmo
    I had the M-audio but moved to the Native Instruments Guitar Rig Session - don't let the name confuse though as it has XLR in etc. Really great build quality although a little more expensive. Works really well though. Review here [url]http://www.amuze.me/news/creation/guitar-rig-3-session-review/[/url]
  5. avatar remedy malahide
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  6. avatar remedy malahide
    [quote:49df55e323="digmo"]I had the M-audio but moved to the Native Instruments Guitar Rig Session - don't let the name confuse though as it has XLR in etc. Really great build quality although a little more expensive. Works really well though. Review here [url]http://www.amuze.me/news/creation/guitar-rig-3-session-review/[/url][/quote:49df55e323]

    Seems class but defo out of my price range :( . What M-Audio unit did you have before you switched?
  7. avatar Recycled Alien
  8. avatar digmo
    I had the std fasttrack. It worked perfectly there was no reason to change other than the software with the NI unit. The build quality is definitely better with NI but if you are not moving it about that is not much of an issue anyway ?
  9. avatar aaronrossi
    I had the toneport UX2 which was a little more expensive but I loved it. V easy to setup and use and had a guitar-rig-esque VST with it as well...

    Line 6 seem to do this stuff pretty well.
  10. avatar remedy malahide
    [quote:3d8d029813="Recycled Alien"]
    I like their T.Bone USB 1G & 1X - just cables! (The electronics must be built into the plug part.)[/quote:3d8d029813]

    For a tenner each these cables will be perfect, and it'll give me time to save some more dough if I decide to take this recording thing further.

    [quote:3d8d029813]Line 6 seem to do this stuff pretty well. [/quote:3d8d029813]
    Yeah, I've been considering a Line 6 purchase for a while now, mainly one of the POD units, but the toneport range seem to offer the POD features and them some.

    Cheers for the advice peeps.