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RRP: $199

ast year, one of my bandmates got in touch and asked me about an audio interface for his teenage son, who’s become really passionate about guitar. I did recommend him something good and cheap, but to be honest it felt a bit arbitrary selecting one product out from a sea of lookalikes (and soundalikes). The democratisation of audio production has led to an explosion of cheap consumer gear. In practice this amounts to companies just repackaging the same old features and designs under competing brand marquees. Audient’s new brand of EVO interfaces is an admirable attempt

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