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Sound Card PCI-Express x1 w/Midi (Music Producing Set-Up) 24-bit 96 kHz

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Hi all, i'm looking for a bit of help with choosing the right set-up for my Music Producing orientated PC. Need suggestions for decent not too pricey sound cards preferably with PCI-E X1 & a Midi…
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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
Hi all, i'm looking for a bit of help with choosing the right set-up for my Music Producing orientated PC.

Need suggestions for decent not too pricey sound cards preferably with PCI-E X1 & a Midi port on it.


My current motherboard is a gigabyte one GA-G31MX S2 mATX

I'm running Windows XP SP3 due to not wanting to leave all my old production stuff behind, most of it was created on windows xp & quite a lot of the VST's don't work with vista unfortunately.

I've heard a lot of bad things about 'Creative' cards so i'm not interested in those unless there is one that outshines other competition.

If i can't find one with PCI-E X1 & midi together then please just recommend an individual PCI-E X1 sound card for audio out/in etc
& a separate suggestion for a decent Midi sound card


I have looked myself obviously but i'm calling on help of other people that also do music production and have a good set-up & those who know a lot about Sound cards/Midi/PCI-E X1 on the market today

The card i have my eye on atm is the M-Audio Audiophile Sound card - 96 kHz - 24-bit
looks like it is what i'm looking for but again, need help.

I have googled lots & lots & i am still none the wiser.

Thanks in advance
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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
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