About one year ago I started recording my guitar sound using the IK Multimedia Stealth Plug CS and Amplitube 3. The sound was good, but I got frustrated really quickly because during recording I got random disturbing noises and sometimes the software crashed. Updating the drivers and software did not solved the problem, so I decided to buy an amp (VOX VT40+) instead of making music on my computer. I really love this amp and I'm glad that I do not need to turn on my computer to play music!
Now I like to record my sounds again using a microphone (e.g. the Shure SM57-LCE) and an audio interface (e.g. Focusrite Scarlett 2i4), but I did not buy one of these, yet. I was wondering why all the audio interfaces I've researched do not support USB 3.0. Any idea why? As I know, the advantage of using a Firewire interface is that it does not need to compress the sound, right? Would USB 3.0 fix that issue?
Best regards, Michael