Reviews and Problems with Lexicon Alpha Studio USB Audio Interface
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This recording interface helps you out with onboard keys, Organs, synths!
8 February 2013
Summary: I bought this particular recording interface because of the $59 price. And the Lexicon name is usually "quality" amongst rackmount effects units. I decided to try it. (And I was not dissapointed)..., The unit eliminated my latency problem on ALL of my keyboard sound -plug ins. My USB 61key piano NOW plays even the most COMPLEX cathedral pipe organs(huge sound!) flawlessly! And my Concert Steinway Grand(symphony) can do fast solos with great ease!
Summary: This device exceeds my expectation. I'm using it primarily as an external USB soundcard connecting my computer to my stereo (Denon stereo hooked up to B&W speakers). I sometimes use my headphones (Audio-Technica) with it. The sound quality is very very good. Setting up is very easy, it's basically plug-n-play.
Summary: As a music teacher I bought this to educate myself on the possibility of recommending the Lexicon Alpha to my students as a great way to start learning the recording process without breaking an arm and a leg monetarily and I was more than pleased with the results. For the price, it is definitely a great find. You better believe that I already am telling my students to get this if they are interested in learning how to record.
Summary: This interface is perfect for what I intended to use it for. It's easy to use and setup with Logic. I haven't really used the Cubase software since I am familiar with Logic, so I can't say thumbs up or down. I recommend using a good tube preamp in the signal path before this unit to really sweeten up the sound. Good unit. Sturdy and easy to use. Great product at a great price.
Summary: I got this puppy to run two KRK studio monitors in my video editing console I'm building in my basement. For the price this thing works incredibly. There is one issue that I have with it... there is some very very faint white noise in the background of the speakers when no audio is playing. I however don't have an issue with it, I can barely hear it unless I crank it up higher than it should be.