M-Audio Fast Track Pro Reviews
Product Type: M-Audio sound cards
Description:Model ID 9900-51076-00 / M-Audio Fast Track Pro - Sound card - 24-bit - 96 kHz - 103 dBA SNR - stereo - USB / The Fast Track Pro delivers all ... more
M-Audio Fast Track Pro ... the mobile recording flexibility of the Fast Track USB, plus even more professional features. You get 2 front-panel mic/line inputs complete with phantom power for condenser microphones, inserts for outboard effects, balanced and unbalanced analog outputs, S/PDIF digital I/O, MIDI I/O, and more. Fast Track Pro also features near-zero latency direct hardware monitoring and low-latency ASIO software monitoring, plus an A/B source switch and dual output pairs for DJ-style cueing. Fast Track Pro is compatible with most popular PC and Mac music software. USB connection and bus power along with class compliancy for Mac OS X make it a breeze to set up.
Newest Review: ... Let's face it, it's nor really often you're going to be using anything but those inputs. The Fast Track Pro came with a ... more
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Customer M-Audio Fast Track Pro Reviews (3)
by - written on 10/07/12 (Very useful, 34 readings)
Home recording is one of those tricky things that is so difficult to get spot on. I have heard many people (with the same equipement) produce great recordings, or recordings that sound like they were recorded using a phone mic. M-Audio already produces a huge array of products from mics to mixing boards and are pretty well established with regards to reputation and product range. I encountered some issues with installing drivers when I got my M-Audio fast track pro, and went straight to the customer support site. On the site I found endless help from professionals and the general community. That's one thing I love about the music community, many people have ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/02/11
This item is a mobile studio recording unit that can be used with a PC or a Mac via a USB connection, it can record in either 16bit format or the higher 24 bit quality although the difference between the 16bit an 24 bit quality is not huge difference, but a difference all the same.It comes packaged with Ableton Live Lite not the greatest recording software on the market but it does the job, Pro tools or software from cakewalk would be a better option.The sound quality is varied guitars sound fine vocals or voice overs not so great but the unit is light and portable and sturdy and has a nice interface with plenty of connection options and is a good way of starting out in the world of home recording studio as the unit is reasonably priced
by - written on 20/10/10 (Useful, 40 readings)
This interface is a must for anyone just getting into the hobby of home recording. Its extremely easy to setup as it is connected to your PC and powered through the USB port, and its features are great for a budget studio. Phantom power and its double use as a MIDI interface are a couple that stand out immediately. The sound quality in the outputs is great and by far a huge improvement to the stock soundcard included in my PC. The interface provides 2 mic/instrument inputs, as well as a S/PDIF input for digital, 4 RCA outputs, a headphone out, and two TRS outs. It also has 2 Outboard effect inserts which can be useful to those using hardware effects. The two inputs is ... Read the complete review