Tony Faulkner highlights the iD44 (MKII)’s “ultra high quality” and “low latency”. With a long record of orchestral recording, Tony is regularly out and about recording classical and light music in different venues around the world. Quickly becoming au fait with his new Audient gear, it was important that it took as little fuss as possible.
“Joy of joys, it all worked first time straight out of the box!”
Recording chamber music performed by BBC Philharmonic Orchestra’s Principal Clarinet, John Bradbury and pianist Ian Buckle, Audient wanted to hear Tony’s initial thoughts about working with this second generation audio interface in the field. “Great. Premium sound quality,” he says. “Being able to add an ASP880 for extra channels is very useful as is the talkback facility. Having four inputs means we can record ambisonics.”
“There’s no compromise on quality.”
Tony appreciates the enhancements that set the iD44 (MKII) apart from its predecessor, too. He highlights the iD44 (MKII)’s “ultra high quality” and “low latency” in particular. “The two headphone sockets with individual volume controls are handy too,” he continues. With both a ¼” jack and a mini-jack, three sets of headphones can be plugged into the iD44 (MKII) at once.