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What is the best audio recording sound card on the market today

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Anonymous
May 1, 2010 1:07:38 AM

Hello,
i have a gateway i5 pc 8 gb ddr, 2 1000 gb hard drives, windoews 7 pro. Adobe Adition 3. Now all i want to do is play a karaoke tune on track 1 and record my voice on track 2. but i want it to be clean with great audio sound.

Thanks for your help.

Joe
May 2, 2010 3:19:05 PM

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Hello,
i have a gateway i5 pc 8 gb ddr, 2 1000 gb hard drives, windoews 7 pro. Adobe Adition 3. Now all i want to do is play a karaoke tune on track 1 and record my voice on track 2. but i want it to be clean with great audio sound.

Thanks for your help.

Joe


http://www.samash.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/product...
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May 3, 2010 7:56:54 AM

This is a loaded question. We have reached a break-point where sound cards and integrated sound on mobo are equal in performance. Given no driver updates have come from Creative and the other big players in sound, I am going to wait until newer hardware is released. Otherwise, you are dependent on software to keep you sound hardware performing. Not the answer.
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May 6, 2010 8:39:02 AM

M-Audio makes a variety of audio interface devices. PCI, USB, or Firewire. I've got the lowest end one-- the Transit USB. Very portable, and the sound *output* is extremely clean. None of the hiss or noise that I get with my onboard soundcard. I have not tried recording with it yet. You might want a model that provides power to the microphone though.

http://www.m-audio.com/index.php?do=products.family&ID=...
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