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An Intro to Music Production In 2021: Part 5

In case you missed them, read Part 1 here, Part 2 herePart 3 here, and Part 4 here.

Audio Interfaces

If you're going to use studio monitors you'll need to find the right audio interface for the job. Not only is it essential to send signal to your monitors it also allows you to record instruments and vocals. If you're someone who'd prefer working in headphones then this may not be for you, but if you're an aspiring vocalist or musician, then an interface might be a good call. Make sure before you purchase an interface that the drivers are compatible with your computer and you have the right adapter for any cables you might need.

Top Audio Interface Picks

Focusrite Scarlett 2i2Focusrite - Scarlett 2i2

A simple two-input/output design. The Scarlett 2i2 includes direct monitor, direct input control, and phantom power.

M-Audio AirM-Audio – Air

Similar to the 2i2 the Air is another well-designed simple two input/output interface with direct monitor control. It includes a midi direct input control, and phantom power as well.

Presonus Audio BoxPresonus - Audio Box

A small yet powerful little interface. Taking up almost no room you have two mic/line inputs as well as full preamp gain control. The Audio Box also includes phantom power for condenser microphones.

Mackie Big Knob StudioMackie - Big Knob Studio

The Big Knob is the best interface for the price. With 3 source inputs and 2 sets of monitor outputs, you can hook up multiple sets of studio monitors. With two XLR and ¼ inch input combinations, you have a recording studio at your disposal.

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