Firewire Interfaces

Firewire Interfaces are a standard that was developed by Apple in 1995. Its implementation is popular in audio interfaces thanks to its ability to transfer high amounts of data at fast transfer rates.

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About Firewire Interfaces

Firewire interfaces tend to come in three forms; as a mixer, desktop unit or 19” rack mountable unit. The M-Audio Projectmix combines a Firewire interface with a mixer. The Firewire connection allows you to stream each input channel on its own track within your DAW software. The Focusrite Saffire Pro 24 is a popular desktop unit, and is ideal for those on the move. The MOTU 8Pre is a 19” rack-mountable interface that offers up to 16 inputs.

Firewire Interface News

Behringer launches range of USB interfaces

The company has revealed the UM2, UM22, UMC202 and UMC204.... More »

NAMM 2013: Orange Upgrade the OPC

Orange Amplification have announced their latest product on show at NAMM 2013, the new 3rd generation Orange Personal Computer.... More »

NAMM 2013: Steinberg announce new UR-22 USB Audio Interface

NAMM 2013: Steinberg announce the launch of the new UR-22 USB 2.0 Audio & MIDI Interface... More »