UAD Apollo Twin MkII | from $699 Full Review: FM317
UA’s desktop interface has been refined across the board for better sound and lower latency. There’s now a Quad DSP version too.
Arturia AudioFuse | £519 Full Review: FM321
A nicely designed, highly configurable interface ready to have almost any sound source thrown at it. Its price is the only potential downside.
Roland Super UA | £409 Review FM314 Super UA does everything you’d expect and more, and can easily hold its own alongside similar compact high-end interfaces.
Focusrite Scarlett 18i8 | £290 Review FM311 The second generation benefits from increased preamp performance, extended sample rate compatibility and a better overall sound. A quality package.
Focusrite Clarett 4Pre | £500 Review FM304 The whole Clarett range is excellent, and this punches well above its weight in audio quality, functionality and ease-of-use.
Antelope Orion Studio | £2,345 Review FM304 A comprehensive multi-channel interface with 12 quality mic pres, onboard DSP and very flexible I/O options.
Antelope Audio Zen Tour | £1274 Review FM310 A high-quality compact interface for studio, rehearsals and gigs, with excellent built-in DSP processing.
Apogee Element 46 | £859 Review FM318 If you’re happy with your studio interface being controlled via software, Apogee’s Element range offers great quality and features.
M-Audio M-Track 2x2M | £100 Review FM312 As budget audio interfaces go, it’s hard to go wrong with M-Audio’s MIDI-equipped 2-in 2-out box.
Audient iD4 | £120 Review FM312 This compact interface delivers audio quality and stripped-back functionality for a thoroughly reasonable price. A great budget interface.