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What audio interface is better for recording guitar,bass, and vocals? the lexicon omega or the line 6 toneport UX2?

I will probably be using garageband.

Any other tips for making better quality recordings would be appreciated .
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Lexicon. Because it comes with a pretty good software bundle.
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Does it? The line 6 comes with gearox doesn't it?
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yes but I would want Lexicon.

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I would get a PreSonus Firebox. Also get Guitar Rig 3 for the VST, it's a down right amazing package. So many options, so many dials. Ha!
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