Today, the average musician doesn’t have to spend a lot of money for an audio interface. Why? Because even cheaper audio interfaces provide great quality. The differences in prices between various models are usually in the number of input and output ports, and the software that comes with the package.
For most people buying an audio interface with 16 microphone inputs is not the best idea. For many musicians, the Solo interface will be sufficient, especially if they just want to record their vocals and a guitar.
Focusrite 2i2 and 2i4 are very similar, and at first glance, they look identical. But there are a few differences.
In this article, I will try to compare them, showing similarities and differences, and find out whether the higher price is justified.