Excerpt: I bought this card starting in computer music, my first need was able to record my guitar and some taken from sound via the microphone input. For both tasks the map proves rather effective. I work in Live with Phenom and 4GB of RAM, it will run without any problem!
Excerpt: Features: - USB sound card (firewire have disappeared on most laptops) - 4 inputs: 2 mic preamps / line to the rear with 20dB pads (with phantom power) + 2 instrument inputs on jack 6.35 (including one dedicated to recording guitars).
Excerpt: This was a super simple mic pre that M-Audio had sold for a bit for those looking for the bare minimums when it came to recording things. You have a gain knob, an input knob, mono/stereo button for monitoring your source, output volume knob, XLR input, 1/4'' jack input, guitar/line level selector,...
Excerpt: I originally purchased the Fast Track USB to replace my soundcard in my PC. It works very well as an external soundcard and the sound quality is unaltered. I have had no issues at all with the fast track usb to date and i have had it for over a year now.
Excerpt: I purchased the M-Audio Fast Track USB when I first began toying with a home studio idea. It is an entry level USB-connect preamp and, while it isn’t even close to industry level preamps, it does it’s job for someone just starting out.