Reviews and Problems with Lexicon Alpha Studio USB Audio Interface
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30 November 2011
Summary: When I first got this in the mail, I couldn't figure it out and it had a high pitched feedback. I was about to send it back for a refund, but i read some things online and gave it another shot. I'm glad i did because i use it all the time now.
At first glance an amazing product with Garage Band
Hugo E. Bautista, amazon.com
23 May 2011
Summary: I recently received from my wife, as gift, this Lexicon Alpha recording studio. I have read about people having problems setting up the Lexicon Alpha with a Mac and Garage Band for the first time.
Summary: This a solid performing unit at this price point. I've been using this alongside my laptop for as long as I remember and it works the same as the day I bought it. The two line instrument and microphone inputs make this perfect for a beginner or anyone needing a budget interface that works and is...
Affordable, Works, But Quirky Audio Can Make Harsh
guitarman008 "guitarman008", amazon.com
17 January 2011
Summary: I had to buy this box to do audio for a video project while my GNX3000 guitar multi-effects processor is in the shop. At $59 the price is right. When I plugged it in to the USB port it showed up in the sound preference pane on the Mac (Leopard OSX) and I selected the alpha for both input and output...
Summary: The Alpha works fine with Apple's new OS 10.6 (Snow Leopard), but you will have problems installing the Cubase LE 4 software that comes with it -- the installer will stall at the "one minute remaining" mark & never finish.
Summary: From the description I thought that the Lexington Alpha was capable of processing a stereo signal from a single stereo TRS (3 conductor) jack. However, the rear "TRS" inputs actually only process a single channel each. Input 1 is the left channel and input 2 is the right channel.
Summary: As a newbie solo musician looking to record everything myself, this is exactly what I was hoping for. The hardware is very easy to use, I plugged my computer speakers into the headphone out jack so I could choose between headphone monitoring and speaker monitoring.
Summary: I needed a simple way to digitally record vocals and my guitar - this device delivers. Easy enough to set-up and gives me exactly what I needed for a hundred bucks. While Cubase LE packs a lot of functionality, I followed the simple tutorial on getting a basic recording done and I was off and...
Summary: I'm not sure why the previous review was so low, perhaps that reviewer was expecting a 24 bus mixer with Pro Tools! Obviously you are not going to get anything near that for <$100! This interface is awesome.