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Although AJ Henderson's answer does clarify things somewhat, I've decided to answer my own question. Being new to audio production, I think I was confusing the different elements of a production stack. My question was asking for an all-singing, all-dancing interface: something that acted as in i/o, and a controller at the same time. I realise now that this ...
Getting 8 channels of ASIO capable capture for $300 is NOT going to happen with any decent quality. You could use the mixer to mix down to a single channel and record that one channel, but you need an 8 input audio interface to capture 8 channels. Your best bet is a firewire or USB 3 based system since you need it to work with a laptop or possibly a ...
In order to do simultaneous multitrack recording, you need a multitrack interface. As far as I can find, the most inputs you'll get on an iPad is 2. Depending on the processing & hard drive speeds, you might get 8 tracks into your netbook with a proper firewire/usb interface, but 8+ track simultaneous recording can be pretty intensive. The mixer gives ...
From your link. "The R16 functions as an audio interface enabling direct input of sound to a computer. Support for high quality 24-bit/96kHz encoding ensures great sound. Eight input channels and two output channels can be used simultaneously." Presonus also makes similar products.
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