Choosing the Right Audio Interface With Derek Badala
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When choosing an audio interface, there are several things to consider to obtain the perfect interface for your needs. With Firewire essentially obsolete, many think that Thunderbolt is the best solution. Is this true? Also, is USB 2.0 still good enough for the latest audio requirements? Is USB 3.0 an alternative? Additionally, there’s a modern-day obstacle—latency! When audio recording transitioned from analog to digital in the 1990s, life became a lot easier for recording engineers—edits, overdubs and effect processing were quicker and more powerful. The downside was the introduction of a new challenge that didn’t exist before in the analog world. In an audio interface, there are several places where latency starts, and each one must be addressed in order to provide low-latency monitoring. We will look at how a complete approach to interface design takes all these bottlenecks into account, and can offer a much better experience for the end user.
As an AVIXA Renewal Unit (RU) Provider, RME demonstrates its commitment to providing quality education and training for audiovisual professionals, including Certified Technology Specialist™ (CTS®) holders and the specialized designations /CTS®-D (Design) and CTS®-I (Installation). RME submitted this course to the AVIXA independent Certification Renewal Committee for its approval to provide learning opportunities for CTS holders and others for their continued professional development. After completing this RU-approved course, you will receive a certificate from RME for 2 RU Credits.