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Steinberg CI2+
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jeanmiche51 jeanmiche51

«  A good, unpretentious interface »

Published on 01/29/12 at 13:57
I bought the CI2 + in a pack including Cubase Artist 6.
Now it comes with Cubase AI 6 and WaveLab LE 7.
For less than 300 euros you can buy a recording station and amateur music production very respectable.

UTILIZATION

The drivers are more than stable and regularly updated on the site of Steinberg.

How many tracks you get to record / play simultaneously?
The interface has two inputs with preamps satisfactory.
I never had to worry about reading a large number of tracks.

What you get lag?
Reasonable.

GETTING STARTED

The installation is done it without problems?
Have you encountered any incompatibilities?
The general configuration is easy?
The manual is clear and sufficient? ...

Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes!
(Well not for the second question)

OVERALL OPINION

Before I had a Behringer interface with which I met a lot of compatibility issues and driver.

I use it for six months, at home in a 100% amateur.
The interface is very satisfactory for my use, control surface, it offers very practical, never any worries ...

With experience, you do again this choice? ...
In the same context, yes.
It should of course not want a pro quality, but to record a voice, an instrument at home and do his little quiet mix this interface is perfect.

I remember the highlight of this interface, the package Cubase AI Cubase Artist 6 or 6 and WaveLab LE 7
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