Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 vs Arturia Minifuse 2: Which is Better?

The Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 is very reliable and is considered the standard for home studio interfaces. Due to this, it is widely used by most people across the globe. The good news is, Focusrite as a brand continues to improve the Scarlett 2i2 models with each new generation. However, other brands in the industry are threatening to dethrone the Scarlett 2i2. One such brand is Arturia, with its Minifuse … more

Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 vs Universal Audio Volt 2: Comparison

The Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 is, without a doubt, the most popular budget-friendly audio interfaces available today. The Universal Audio Volt 2 is a fairly new budget option audio interface that is increasingly becoming popular. This is because the Volt 2 is made by Universal Audio — a well established brand known for making premium quality audio interfaces. In this article, we’ll make a head to head comparison between the … more

Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 vs Audient EVO 4: Which Should You Buy?

Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 has been around for a while and is one of the most popular entry-level audio interfaces available today. Audient EVO 4 is a relatively new audio interface but increasingly gaining popularity. And in this article, we’ll discuss the similarities and differences between the Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 and the Audient EVO 4 in great detail to help you decide which option to go for.  Specifications Focusrite Scarlett … more

Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 vs 4i4: Which One Should You Buy?

When it comes to audio interfaces, Focusrite is, without a doubt, one of the most popular brands out there. Two of their most popular audio interfaces are the Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 and the Scarlett 4i4. For someone looking to purchase one of these, it can be quite confusing to choose because the Scarlett 2i2 and 4i4 look quite identical but with some differences. So in this article, I’ll help … more

6 Great Audio interfaces with Loopback Review

Loopback is becoming increasingly popular since reaction videos, live streaming, and video conferencing are still on the rise. After reaching out to some friends who use loopback, checking out the audio interfaces of some big YouTube and twitch streamers, and doing my own research, here are six of the best audio interfaces with loopback. But first, let’s talk a little about loopback, just so we’re on the same page.  … more

5 Best 16-Channel Audio Interfaces Review

If you’re in the market for a 16-channel audio interface, then you’re at the right place. In this article, we’re going to talk about five of the best audio interfaces with 16 input channels, and then, more importantly, give you tips on how to choose which one is best for your audio setup. Let’s get straight into it. In a hurry? Here are my top picks: Quick Summary Things … more

Is Your Audio Interface Broken? (10 Things You Should Know!)

Like most audio gear, an audio interface comes with many features and functions. Thus, it can be overwhelming to get it to work just like you want it to, especially when you have relatively little knowledge about how to do so. Many people have faced situations where their audio interfaces do not work as they expect them to. During such situations, the most typical thought that runs through the … more

5 Audio Interfaces with Compressor Built-in Reviewed

Compression is a very useful tool for some audio engineers when they are recording. Some prefer compressing vocals, drums, or the bass guitar before the audio signal gets to the Digital Audio Workstation (or DAW). Unfortunately, there are not many audio interfaces with built-in compressors. This is not to say they don’t exist. They do exist. But compression is not a standard feature built into many audio interfaces. So … more

Do Audio Interfaces Have Headphone Amps? +5 Questions Answered

Most audio interfaces have headphone amps. Audio interfaces with a headphone jack with a dedicated headphone volume knob have a built-in headphone amp. However, headphone amps in audio interfaces are usually not as powerful and quality as dedicated headphone amps. I know for a fact that many people can’t tell an audio interface from a headphone amp. And while these devices may look quite similar, they are two totally … more

Can Audio Interface Replace DAC? Here are the Facts!

DACs were the standard device that was required to improve the sound quality of a home theatre system or a computer. Now times have changed, and there is a new category of audio devices known as the audio interface.  A lot of newbies find it confusing which device to go for. And the most common question they ask is: can audio interfaces replace DAC? Short answer, yes. An audio … more