There’s only one real answer to this question.
The Apogee Duet 2 is the ideal converter for a Mac computer.
For those of you who don’t know what the use of these machines are for, it’s very simple.
A Duet converter is used to make different types of machinery be able to sink in unison. For this instance, that would be our computer (which is running the Logic X Pro software), our speakers, and our microphone.
In order to be able to make music, you have to have the microphone and the computer working together.
The Duet has been the most reliable for me throughout my journey.
It has the circular knob which acts as the complete control system. You can turn the knob left or right to turn the volume up or down. You can turn the microphone volume up or down with the know. Clicking the circular knob down allows you to toggle from system to system. And there are little buttons on the top that allow you to mute the output from either your headphones, the microphone, or your laptop.
These features from the Duet allow the user to have a clean and precise session for mixing and making songs.
The circular knob allows quick access to every feature that is required in the engineering process. Without the duet it would take much longer for me to record songs.
I’m not sure how many other competitors the Duet competes with, but I haven’t heard of any other competitors in the converter business until I did my research.
Growing up many around many different studio’s, I always saw the Duet converter being used. It really is a key function in the road towards being a better engineer.
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