Any benefit to getting a 2i2 over a solo? Only plan to plug in my guitar, no need for other channels, unless I can cheat and do double tracking with 2 inputs coming from each side of my power amp.I'd always recommend the Scarlett 2i2. My buddy bought one and it's great. I wouldn't worry about MIDI on the interface itself really. If you're recording yourself, you'll have different takes for different channels and effects anyways. Just don't forget a decent set of cans or some monitors.
How do you plan to listen back to what you've recorded or are playing? :lol:Well the difference here is $70 + tax, so not an insignificant portion of it. What do you use the outputs for? Like I'm literally just plugging my guitar in to my computer, or the output from my amp if I go the Captor route.
Maybe this is just me, but I've been recording with audio interfaces for about 14 years now and have owned 4 different audio interfaces, but I've never listened to what I'm recording with anything other than studio headphones. Is that not normal? Sure, once I'm done recording guitar, bass, vocals, etc., I'll disconnect my audio interface and listen to what I recorded through my PC's speakers, but that's afterwards.How do you plan to listen back to what you've recorded or are playing? :lol: