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Thanks for the reply! I’ll definitely want the kind of volume control provided by the Schiit, but it actually just dawned on me that I’d bought a Focusrite Saffire Pro 24 Audio Interface a couple years ago that didn’t really get put to use; could this be used in lieu of the SCH-13?
Thanks for the advice! I actually discovered I have an audio interface I’d bought years ago and never really used, a Focusrite Saffire Pro 24, could this work? Would it be any better or worse?
Thanks for replying.
Forgive me for asking the obvious question as there’s no doubt a good answer, but why does the saffire 24 only have 4 outputs? It’s listed as 8, and I don’t know the difference between them. From the rear panel it looks like at least 6 of them are the same?
Interesting about the line level, I had no idea. So the pedals would be super sensitive compared to the audio that the DAW channels produce?
Hey guys and gals,
First off, this is my current setup:
I have a Korg-SV1, Moog Sub 37, Maschine 2, a midi controller (and a Marshall guitar amplifier and a condenser mic not shown in the picture). I mainly use Ableton Live.
As you can see, I don’t have a audio interface yet or monitors, and I am looking to buy both. I do a lot of composing, election music and melodic pop. I now want to start recording, mixing and mastering.
This is the stuff I’ve been looking at:
- Focusrite Saffire Pro 24 DSP <- What I most need advice about. (http://www.amazon.com/Focusrite-Saffire-24-Firewire-Interface/dp/B002E2R81G/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1439222039&sr=8-1&keywords=focusrite-saffire-pro-24-dsp)
- 2x Yamaha HS8