mixyguy2 wrote:PS it would appear the iD14 doesn't have MIDI either.
I did a quick check and found no midi support on any Audient product I could find on Amazon. They must feel it's not important for whatever reason. Question: What harm is there in just running a midi board separately to the PC via USB? Would there be timing errors?
dpaterson wrote:be careful when mixing with headphones. I know for a fact that my headphones add bass...
dpaterson wrote:Take a look here: https://www.sonarworks.com/reference. Works well. Depending on how far you want to go with this you can even order a set of individually calibrated headphones from them.
Mark Bliss wrote:...Shure, KRK and a set Ian recently mentioned here from Superlux. https://forums.acoustica.com/bbs/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=23252&hilit=superlux
Mark Bliss wrote:More tips and thoughts on the subject that may be helpful:
FWIW, I found the KRK's to be a pretty good economy priced/entry level option too.
Thomas wrote:Just a quick update and PSA: No regrets on getting the Behringer UMC404HD. Yesterday I noticed that after checking a few online sites that Behringer recently had a $30US price increase. Personally, I think they're worth far more than they're asking, but if anyone's on the fence or in the market for a new AI, Adorama still has a smokin' deal on a 404HD bundle for $110US. It comes with a nice boom mic stand, 25ft XLR cable and cleaning cloth. I think they're pre-bundled and once gone, so is that price. They're actually selling the AI separately for more than the bundle, so it's a no brainer.
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