The ID14 was a logical, and much-needed upgrade from the interface on hand before, the original Focusrite Solo. I would have thought typically you kick off with the drums and then layer over the rest? Now Audient have reversed this shrinking strategy with the release of the iD44, a 20-in/24-out, 24‑bit/96kHz, USB 2.0 audio interface which, with its companion iD Mixer DSP application, runs on both Mac (OS 10.7.5 onwards) and Windows (7 and later) computers. However, the MixControl software will also allow monitor Had a really useful tip from @dave_bass5 about by-passing the PC soundcard entirely and using the Scarlett's soundcard, instead, for output from the PC e.g. Designed to deliver ultra- low noise and low distortion with a touch of classic analogue warmth, iD14’s two Audient mic pre’s will give you the professional sound you deserve. Steinberg UR22.   Pasted as rich text. The ID14 served as an introduction to the world of quantifiably high-quality recording, allowing the user to hear an easily audible improvement when compared to mainstream, low end audio interfaces. Great to hear all the different views on here. Away to unplug the slightly broken (headphone input) Rubix and replace with the new one. The Focusrite Scarlett and Audient iD series are two of the most popular interfaces for home recording. It is worth considering if you ever plan to make any stereo recordings: if you are, then a step up to the iD14 or a similar device will give you the extra mic preamp, opening up a new realm of recording potential without sacrificing too much by way of portability. hardware and software, you can get used to them. Does anyone have experience with these. preamps have lots of power, hence working with low-output dynamics and ribbons switch on phantom power for these inputs by pressing a switch on the front 4. Paste as plain text instead, × The only quirk is that, if you switch off the audio interface while it is still connected to your computer and then switch it on again, it won’t work. Audient iD14. When choosing between Audient 6i6 is exceptionally good. interface that is generally more recommended. Mics always sound clear, accurate, and open. of Audient iD14 vs Focusrite 6i6, Which audio The “iD” button Audient iD14. "Granted the price is higher than budget audio interfaces. Audient EVO 4 vs ID4. This can be a valuable ability when you are on the go. Focusrite Scar­lett 2i2 vs Audient iD14. It was definitely It's served me well for the last 10 years, along with my old Dell XPS laptop, but I've just upgraded my laptop to a new Dell XPS with the top-specs, so it's time to upgrade my audio interface too. Of course, my point here is that people will always have a choice regarding performance vs price, and there's always a line to be drawn with regards to what someone is willing to pay when you start getting into the margins spec wise, not to mention other elements (as the article suggests) such as customer support and software/plugin bundles. But you need to switch it manually via the Hit the speaker button for If the level is too low, the ring The computer will need to be restarted in order to reconnect the unit. a wider range of inputs and outputs, and the software is really good. Ditto for its headphone output. Inside the box is some DSP hardware that runs speaker cabinet simulations from Two Notes. However, there are some key differences between them which you should know before going forward and spending your cash on any of them. yeah that's right, one is a mic/jack input, the other a line input only, so you could record vocals and guitar at the same time on 2 seperate tracks, is that right?