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Edirol UA-101 USB 2.0 Computer Recording Interface
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The Edirol UA-101 Computer Recording Interface is a single half-rack, high speed audio interface designed to turn your USB2.0 ready computer into a p...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Edirol UA-101 Computer Recording Interface is a single half-rack, high speed audio interface designed to turn your USB2.0 ready computer into a power Digital Audio Workstation. The Edirol UA-101 gives you a full 10 inputs and 10 outputs to your computer at 24-bit 96kHz. The UA-101 interface is built on new Hi-SPEED USB technology to offer low latency, extraordinary stability and premium audio quality. Edirol designed the UA-101 Recording Interface to be an easy, powerful and compact way to use your computer as a DAW.
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I upgraded from a Digi 001 to this. I have never had a problem with it, no crashes, no drop outs, no problems. I've been using it with both my Desktop and my Laptop. Switching between the two has been extremely easy. I'm also using Sonar 6 P/E, Live 6, Project 5, Acid Pro 6 and Reason 3. All the apps sync up without any problems. This is a great purchase. The only negative I have is the on/off switch. It doesn't seem that sturdy but I've had it for a year now and I put it through the ringer without any problems.
I've had this for a few months and it does what it advertised: 8 simultaneous analog inputs (plus 2 digital, haven't used them yet). That's the most simultaneous tracks with USB that I've ever seen, that's why I got it (my laptop doesn't have a Firewire port).I had to put the latency in my software to the safest setting and disable my screen saver and antivirus software to avoid some dropouts I was getting during my first few sessions. But after I made those changes, it's worked flawlessly.Latency is not an issue: you don't need to use software monitoring anyway. There is zero latency direct monitoring from the card itself, with a handy little mixing console application that installs with the driver.I've been recording my project using all 8 analog inputs (kick, snare, toms, stereo overheads, bass, guitar, and keys) and it's been great.I highly recommend this product, especially if Firewire is not an option for you. You won't find another card with this many simultaneous recording tracks through USB. There may be some apprehension because this is a new product and is one of the first to take advantage of the higher bandwidth of USB 2.0, but take it from me that it works, and works well.
I am pleased with this product, it has the most simultaneous recording tracks (10) of any USB soundcard I have seen.A tip for avoiding dropouts when recording: disable your screen saver and antivirus software. These will cause a hiccup when recording that will result in a dropout.Also, the Sonar LE software that comes bundled will only allow for 8 of the 10 inputs to be used simultaneously, but that is a limitation in the software that could be rectified by upgrading to the full version.All in all, this is a great product that yields very clean tracks. 2 thumbs up, just make sure you have a decent machine to use (plenty of processing power and RAM), as recording is a resource intensive application.