Audio Interfaces

Create high quality recordings. Audio interfaces let you record your instruments, vocals and synths into your computer by providing all the necessary connections for microphones, instruments, and synths. Buy your audio interface at Gear4music and get a 30-day money-back guarantee and two-year warranty included.

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About Audio Interfaces

Whether you're looking to record a guitar or a keyboard, the best way to plug into your computer and make tracks is by using an audio interface.

USB, Thunderbolt and Firewire are all connection types for audio interfaces offering different options for the recording artist or producer. Depending on what is required from the interface there are various options at a wide range of price points here on the Gear4Music Audio Interface pages.

In terms of audio interface connectivity, USB is the most common connection type for both PC and Macs. Firewire connections are the next fastest after USB, followed by Thunderbolt 3 which is the fastest type of connection for an audio interface. Thunderbolt 3 uses a "USB Type-C" connection which looks identical to USB Type-C connectors but will only work when plugged into a dedicated Thunderbolt 3 port.

Audio Interface News

Elektron Turns Up the Temperature with the Analog Heat MKII

Elektron has just announced the Analog Heat MKII Analog Sound Processor; featuring new back-lit keys, a crisp OLED screen, and more.... More  »

5 Jul 2018 15:01

NAMM 2011: Roland Announce New Audio Interfaces

Renowned Japanese electronic musical instrument manufacturer Roland has announced details of two new audio interfaces the DUO-CAPTURE USB audio interface and TRI-CAPTURE USB interface at this years NAMM.... More  »

13 Jan 2011 18:00

A beginner's guide to audio interfaces

Musicians who record at home to produce demos or professional quality recordings can build up a vast array of equipment to come up with their ideal sound. However, it is not just the instruments themselves that can determine how a recording turns out, as the engineering and production can potentially make or break a track.... More  »

26 Jun 2009 17:18