Looking for a high quality, Vista compatible recording interface....

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  1. michael.e

    michael.e Supporting Member

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    Please direct me.....

    Better to buy something online and download, or should I go to my local mega store and purchase the program??

    Thanks,
    Emee
     
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    by interface do you mean software? because it would be kind of tough to download an interface...:NUTS
     
  3. michael.e

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    Thanks for your help, I appreciate it.

    I would have imagined that one would know what I am talking about by the descritpion.

    But, if I have to spell it out........


    Any downloadable recording programs that would be compatible with Vista...


    Any software packs that would be compatible with Vista that one would purchase at the likes of Fry's..


    Thanks again for your valuable input.


    Emee
     
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    HAHAHAHA, you said "Vista compatible".............couldn't resist.
     
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    No need to be rude, I was just trying to clear things up. As you see, even after my comment some people are confused.

    As far as software goes, im not up to date of whats compatible with Vista, but i'm pretty sure you can look into Cakewalk stuff, or Steinberg Cubase SX
     
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    Cakewalk Sonar works very well with all versions of Windows. They even support Vista Ultimate 64-bit. Their web site has a list of compatible interfaces. There are many options.
     
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    Has Vista been fixed audio-wise? ASIO latencies as low as WinXP now? That was the main reason I jumped back down to XP...
     
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    I highly recommend checking out Samplitude Pro.

    It is a bit pricey but it's all you need to track, edit / mix and burn. You'll probably want to add some of your favorite plug-ins but Samp comes with some great sounding compressors and EQ's............. and I mean REALLY good sounding!

    You can download a demo and check it out for yourself. It's a "deep" program. It does a lot but it's only as deep as you want to go. It's simple to get started and the sound quality is outstanding.
     

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