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Audio Interfaces

An audio interface is a device that connects to a computer or other device and provides inputs and outputs for audio signals, such as microphone and instrument inputs, and speakers or headphones outputs. It allows you to record, process, and play back audio using digital audio workstations, music production software, and other audio applications.

Audio interfaces typically include analog-to-digital converters and digital-to-analog converters to provide high-quality audio conversion and support for various audio formats and sample rates.