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An audio interface is a piece of hardware that expands and improves the sonic capabilities of a computer. Some audio interfaces give you the ability to connect professional microphones, instruments and other kinds of signals to a computer, and output a variety of signals as well. In addition to expanding your inputs and outputs, audio interfaces can also greatly improve the sound quality of your computer.
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- Digital Audio Workstation (DAW): Reaper, Hindenburg, Audacity.
- Mics: Shure SM7b, SM 57 & 58, ATR 2100, AKG P120, AT Pro 70.
- Digital Recorder: Tascam DR-40, Zoom H6.
Well, there is nothing wrong with learning. Regardless which program you use, a mp3 is still a mp3. If someone lacks the basic knowledge to understand how to determine a file extension, then they need to go back to square one, concerning the use of computers. Peace Out!
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