Subject: Re: sound cards
From: WOTM (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Feb 10 2005 - 19:13:47 EST
Looks like M-Audio is a popular one...
This is exactly what I needed to hear. (some advice from professional
sound people, and not 'computer' people). I had a feeling I was looking
in the wrong place. Thanks everyone! I am going to check it out
--- David Ogborn <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Dear Sandra,
> For a year or two I had an M-Audio Quattro Pro, which worked quite
> well. It's a 4-in 4-out external box (USB 1.1 or higher) with MIDI
> ports. I think its list price was around $380 - I sold mine a year
> ago for $300 (I think) - if you look hard you may be able to find it
> within your price range. I sold mine only because I need to upgrade
> to something with phantom power and headphone amps onboard (for
> travel reasons... I went with the M-Audio Firewire 410 which has also
> served well.)
> On 10 Feb 2005 at 8:30, WOTM wrote:
> > dear list,
> > i am looking for a good quality sound card to use in a relatively
> > small but professional studio set-up (mostly MIDI). my budget is no
> > more than 200 or 300$ CAN. can anyone suggest a reliable, inexpensive
> > card that will give me quality results? would you trust the cards
> > by "creative", such as audigy 2 platinum pro? thanks so much, sandra
> > chechik
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