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M-Audio FireWire 1814 Review - 8/6/2004 7:42:55 PM   

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If you've got a solid home recording studio, you've probably laid down a lot of tracks in the privacy of your own space. But if your home studio is like most, it's probably tucked away in a corner of your basement—and stuffing even a four-piece band down there is a tall order. Ever wanted to do on-site recordings or mixdowns at a friend's house or studio? A laptop and a good FireWire audio interface will let you do just that. Look before you leap, however, because you'll need the right gear to the job done.

Today, we examine M-Audio's latest FireWire offering and like a lot of what we hear. But does a laptop have the pipes to be the nerve center of a mobile recording studio—or is this just a pipe dream? We find out.


Source : ExtremeTech

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