Audio Interface

At Berklee, the curriculum will require you to record audio with an audio interface. Berklee recommends the PreSonus AudioBox iTwo USB audio interface, which is an outstanding solution for two-channel recording applications. With two Class A mic/instrument preamps and 24-bit/96kHz recording quality, you're well equipped for stereo recordings, vocal/instrument combinations, MIDI production, and much more. While electronic instruments such as guitar, bass, and sound-generating keyboards (e.g., electric piano, synthesizers) can connect to an audio interface directly, recording voice and acoustic instruments requires an XLR microphone. 


Core Technology

  • Bus-powered USB 2.0/iPad audio interface
  • 24-bit resolution; 44.1, 48, 88.2, and 96 kHz sampling rate

Inputs and Outputs

  • Two microphone inputs with low-noise, high-headroom, Class A mic preamplifiers and +48V phantom power
  • Two switchable line/instrument inputs
  • Two balanced ¼” TRS main line-level outputs
  • 1x1 MIDI In/Out
  • Stereo headphone output with independent level control

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