Audio Interface (noun)
What does Audio Interface mean?
A hardware that can receive and output audio.
An Audio Interface (also known as “Interface”) is a piece of hardware that can receive audio as an input and also output audio. An interface helps a human interact with a computer or other electronics. A MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) is an example of an audio interface which connect audio inputs to your computer.
Most computers include a built-in sound card, but for higher quality recordings you will need a full audio interface, which is a more comprehensive and high-quality solution for music production.
Example sentence: “I’m copping a new audio interface tomorrow.”
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