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List of Audio Interfaces
#1
Hi, all! I've gone through all the forum posts so far and compiled a list of audio interfaces for our use.

They're split into 4 categories:

  1. Audio Interfaces Confirmed Working With JamKazam
  2. Audio Interfaces Confirmed Working With JamKazam, But Not Working Well
  3. Audio Interfaces Confirmed NOT Working With JamKazam
  4. Audio Interfaces Mentioned, But Not Yet Determined If Working With JamKazam
If you're using another interface, or if you're using one on this list that falls in a different category (such as Mentioned..., and you have it Working...), let me know, and I'll update. I'm not sure if others can update this post or not, but feel free to message me or post a reply here, and I'll update it. I've included links to product pages where enough information has been provided in the post, and a product page still exists. I've also noted if the audio interface has been discontinued.

JamKazam admin, LMK if there's a better way to do this, or a better place to put it.

Thanks, all, for providing info on your experiences with these audio interfaces, and may your latency while jamming ever be low!  ;-)
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Current Versions of JamKazam clients (as of 2020-05-13)

Mac: Build 1.20 - "1.0.3674"

Windows: Build 1.20 - "1.0.3714"

Note for Focusrite Mac users: Check this post for a Mac-only driver download to reduce interface latency. From the Focusrite site: "Please note this Focusrite Low Latency installer is not supported for use with Scarlett 1st Gen interfaces and may prevent them from functioning properly."

Audio Interfaces Confirmed Working With JamKazam (link is to Google Sheet with the full list, including all categories)

  1. Alesis iO4 (product has been discontinued) on macOS (version not specified), also in Windows 10, but it comes into Reaper using ASIO4ALL, then over to JamKazam and back with ReaRoute.
  2. Allen & Heath Qu-SB on macOS Catalina 10.15.3 (JamKazam client version not specified)
  3. Apogee Digital Duet (firewire) on macOS Catalina
  4. Apogee Digital One on macOS Catalina 10.15.4 JamKazam Mac client Build 1.20 - "1.0.3657”
  5. Apogee Digital Quartet on Windows 10 using ASIO driver
  6. Audient ID4 on macOS Mojave, on Windows 10, Audient USB ASIO driver - 4.3 ms
  7. Avid Digidesign 192 I/O (product has been discontinued) on MacOS 10.8.5, latency of 2.9ms
  8. Behringer FCA1616 (firewire) (OS and version not specified)
  9. Behringer U-PHONO UFO202 on Windows 10, WDM (Frame 2.5 ms / Buffers 1/1, 20 ms) and ASIO4ALL (buffers minimum, 16.3 ms), JamKazam Build 1.20 - "1.0.3657"
  10. Behringer U-PHORIA UM2  macOS Catalina 10.15.4, connected via a Thunderbolt/USB dongle, using Core Audio. Works reliably with a 2ms buffer size and a sample rate of 48kHz, interface latency is 11.2ms.
  11. Behringer U-PHORIA UMC202 (product has been discontinued) JamKazam has “in the past generally suggested a UMC202; it's modern, modern drivers, and at the most aggressive ASIO settings, it does decently (and is not too expensive).
  12. Behringer U-PHORIA UMC202HD
  13. Behringer U-PHORIA UMC204HD with native ASIO driver recommended by Peter Walker of JamKazam
  14. Behringer U-PHORIA UMC404HD
  15. Berhringer X1222USB working on Windows 10 Pro and working on macOS 10.8.5 with a latency of 8.79 ms on Mac Jamkazam client Build 1.20 - "1.0.3640"
  16. Behringer X18 on macOS and Windows 10 (ASIO driver)
  17. Behringer X2404USB on Windows
  18. Behringer X32 Rack on macOS Catalina 10.15.4 (JamKazam version not specified)
  19. Behringer Xenyx 302USB
  20. Behringer Xenyx Q802USB
  21. Behringer Xenyx X1204USB
  22. Behringer XR18 on macOS (OS version not specified) (JamKazam version not specified
  23. Blue Snowball iCE on Windows, USB, ASIO4ALL
  24. Blue Yeti on macOS Yeti for acoustic guitar, monitoring with headphones, Mac built-in mic for chat
  25. Boss GT-1 on Windows 10 (chat using a Blue Snowball).
  26. DigiTech RP360 XP Windows, USB
  27. Edirol M-100FX (product has been discontinued) on Windows in advance mode
  28. ESI UGM96 (product has been discontinued) on Windows 10, (FireWire via express card) with an old HP Probook 4530s (Usb 2.0) at 4.4ms latency.
  29. Focusrite Clarett 2Pre USB (3rd generation) Windows 10, USB, using Focusrite USB beta drivers: http://beta.focusrite.com/file.php/?id=1367, JK Client: 1.0.3729, Sample rate: 48kHz, Buffer Size: 48, Frame Size: 1ms - Latency: 4.9ms
  30. Focusrite Clarett 8Pre
  31. Focusrite Clarett 8PreX (Thunderbolt) -- on Mac macOS (OS version not specified), latency 3.4 ms (1ms frame size) in JamKazam
  32. Focusrite Saffire Pro14 (FW only), Mac OS 10.11.6 (2012 MacBook Pro, native FW 800 port), JamKazam client 1.0.3676, measured loopback latency = 3.2ms (firewire is just a bit quicker than USB 2)
  33. Focusrite Saffire Pro 40 on macOS High Sierra (OS version not specified)
  34. Focusrite Scarlett 18i20 (generation not specified)
  35. Focusrite Scarlett 18i8 (2nd generation) on macOS Catalina Version 10.15.4 and Windows 10. and macOS Mojave 10.14.6 (Updated the control software, the firmware, and ran the "low-latency" script that tweaks some settings on the Mac's core audio driver, and now the sound is better than ever before, and my internal latency is only 4.8ms when I'm using the 18i8 for both input and headphones (from a PM to me, Kevin Kriner).
  36. Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 (3rd Generation) on macOS (version not specified), problems on Windows (version not specified), Focusrite ASIO driver, Use Focusrite configuration utility to increase sample rate
  37. Focusrite Scarlett 2i4 (1st generation) (product has been discontinued) on macOS(version not specified) and Windows 10
  38. Focusrite Scarlett 4i4 on mac
  39. Focusrite Scarlett 6i6 (2nd generation) (product has been discontinued) - latency around 3ms when set to 96000/64
  40. Focusrite Scarlett Solo (3rd Generation)
  41. Fractal Audio Systems AXE-FX III on Windows 10 using Fractal's "FASUSBAudio" driver v4.82.0 (ASIO)
  42. IK Multimedia AXE I/O
  43. Keith McMillen K-Mix
  44. Line 6 Helix Floor
  45. Line 6 HX Stomp (USB2.0) on macOS 10.13.6
  46. Line 6 Pod Studio UX1 on macOS Catalina 10.15.4 on JamKazam Mac client Build 1.20 - "1.0.3657" and on Windows Pro 64
  47. Line 6 POD xt on Windows (OS version not specified)(product has been discontinued)
  48. M-Audio AudioPhile 24/96 PCIe card in a Windows 7 64-bit box. About 4 ms audio system latency using ASIO.
  49. M-Audio Delta 1010 (breakout box version) (product has been discontinued) on Windows 10, latency of 4.3 ms
  50. M-Audio Fast Track
  51. M-Audio Fast Track Pro on Windows 10 (product has been discontinued)
  52. M-Audio M-Track on macOS Mojave 10.14.5 and on Windows 10
  53. Mackie DL32S (OS not specified)
  54. Mackie Onyx 1640i
  55. Mackie ProFX8v2 on macOS 10.12.6 Sierra,  usb. No drivers required. Latency was around 13ms.
  56. MIDAS MR18 on Mac OS X.14 (mojave) and latest build (4/4/2020) JamKazam Mac client build 1.20 "1.0.3657"
  57. Miditech AudioLink Light on Windows, USB, ASIO driver, latency of 7.85 ms
  58. MOTU Audio Express Mac OS 10.15.4, JK client 1.0.3676, MOTU Audio Express hybrid FW/USB 2 (using direct USB connection on my 2017 MacBook Air)
    measured loopback latency = 3.7ms

  59. MOTU M2 (OS not specified) (JamKazam version not specified)
  60. MOTU M4 on macOS Catalina 10.15.4, JamKazam Mac Client Build 1.20 - "1.0.3657"
  61. MOTU Traveler (1st Generation) (FW400) (product has been discontinued) on macOS 10.13.6
  62. MOTU UltraLite-mk3 Hybrid on macOS 11.11 and on Windows 10 Pro
  63. PreSonus AR8 USB (Assuming Windows, as ASIO driver is mentioned) (JamKazam version not specified)
  64. PreSonus AR12 USB (Assuming Windows, as ASIO driver is mentioned) (JamKazam version not specified)
  65. PreSonus AudioBox 1818VSL (product has been discontinued)
  66. PreSonus Audiobox 22VSL (product has been discontinued) (OS and version not specified)
  67. PreSonus AudioBox USB (OS and version not specified) (product has been discontinued)
  68. PreSonus AudioBox USB 96 on Windows 7 and Windows 10, ASIO driver, 4ms latency
  69. PreSonus Studio 192 on macOS Catalina, USB 3.0
  70. PreSonus Studio 2 | 6 on Windows 10 (JamKazam version not specified)
  71. PreSonus Studio 68c (OS and version not specified) (JamKazam version not specified)
  72. PreSonus StudioLive 24.4.2 (product has been discontinued) on macOS Mojave 10.14.6 
  73. Resident Audio T2 (Thunderbolt) -- on Mac macOS (OS version not specified), latency 2.0 ms (1ms frame size) in JamKazam NOTE: on OSX 10.12.6 (Sierra). 2.0 ms latency.  Manufacturer posted on their web site that it will not work with Catalina - do not upgrade.
  74. Resident Audio T4 (Thunderbolt) -- on Mac macOS (OS version not specified), latency 2.0 ms (1ms frame size) in JamKazam NOTE: on OSX 10.12.6 (Sierra). 2.0 ms latency.  Manufacturer posted on their web site that it will not work with Catalina - do not upgrade.
  75. RME Fireface 800 on Mac os10.10 (via firewire 800 connection) (product has been discontinued) Interface latency: 8.6, Jitter (in/out): Fluctuating between 0 and .5 ms (average around .3-.4ms), Frame size: 2.5, Windows 10, (FireWire via express card) with an old HP Probook 4530s (Windows 10) at 5.9ms latency. 
  76. RME Fireface UC on macOS Catalina and JamKazam Build 1.20 - "1.0.3640"
  77. RME Fireface UFX+ on Window 10 (ultimate performance enabled)
  78. Roland Octa-Capture on Windows 10 and MacOS Sierra
  79. Roland Studio-Capture on Windows 10 (JamKazam version not specified), USB 2.0
  80. Soundcraft Ui24R on Windows 10, USB, 5 ms interface latency
  81. SoundDevices USBPre (product has been discontinued)
  82. Steinberg UR22 (product has been discontinued) on macOS High Sierra 10.13.6
  83. Steinberg UR22C on Mac CoreAudio - 9 ms latency, on Windows ASIO - 3.3 ms latency
  84. Steinberg UR22mkII on Windows 10
  85. Steinberg UR44 on Windows 10 (64-bit) ASIO driver - 4.81 ms latency, on macOS CoreAudio frame size 1 ms - latency 11.4 ms
  86. Steinberg UR44c
  87. Tascam US-1641 (product has been discontinued in North, Central and South America) on Windows 10, ASIO driver
  88. Tascam US-16x08 on macOS 10.13.6, latency of 10ms
  89. Tascam US-2x2 on Windows
  90. To$ba Satellite P55W-C5200 (product is discontinued) internal on Windows 10, WDM driver, JamKazam client Build 1.20 - "1.0.3657", Frame 2.5 ms / Buffers 1/1 - 4 ms latency
  91. UA Apollo Duo on macOS, CoreAudio, Thunderbolt, Frame 2.5 ms - 6.4 ms
  92. UA Apollo Twin MKII with 11.4 ms latency (OS not specified) - not working on Mac with JamKazam client
  93. Yamaha AG03 Windows 10, JamKazam 1.0.3.3729, Using Yamaha Steinberg ASIO Drivers, Sample Rate: 48 kHz, Buffer Size: 128 Samples, Frame Size: 2.5 ms, Input Latency: 6 ms, Output Latency: 7 ms
  94. Yamaha AG06 Windows 10, JamKazam 1.0.3.3729, Using Yamaha Steinberg ASIO Drivers, Sample Rate: 48 kHz, Buffer Size: 128 Samples, Frame Size: 2.5 ms, Input Latency: 6 ms, Output Latency: 7 ms
  95. Zoom B2 on Windows 10 (ASIO4ALL driver)
  96. Zoom F8 on Windows 10
    Due to space limitations, please see the rest of this list here in Google Sheet.
Audio Interfaces Confirmed Working With JamKazam, But Not Working Well


Due to space limitations, please see this list here in the Google Sheet.


Audio Interfaces Confirmed NOT Working With JamKazam

Due to space limitations, please see this list here in the Google Sheet.


Audio Interfaces Mentioned, But Not Yet Determined If Working With JamKazam

Due to space limitations, please see this list here in the Google Sheet.
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#2
Hey,

great that you are making a lust of working audio interface’s, the one’s we are using with big succes and very low latency are not on either of lists and maybe you can add them.

Our drummers uses the M-Audio Delta1010 (breakout box version) WIN 10 , Latency of 4.3 ms
Our basist uses the Behringer FCA1616 connect thru firewire
im using a Avid Digidesign 192 - OSX 10.8.5, Latency of 2,9ms

Best regards,
Paul katuin
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#3
Focusrite 2i2 3rd working on Mac
Some troubles wit Windows. But maybe a general Problem with the Client and Internetconnection (unitymedia).

Focusrite 2i4 1st working on Mac. Also on Windows 10.

Uphoria UMC 204 wil be tested on Mac and Windows 10.
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#4
Behringer XR18 (Air) works really well.
One does need some insight in the internal (USB-)routing of the mixer.
If setup correctly it is '16 channels of full control' over what you're sending down Jamkazam.
On OSX, local gear latency is at 8.3ms. I/O jitter at 0.4#
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(04-05-2020, 03:27 AM)kkriner@gmail.com Wrote: Hi, all! I've gone through all the forum posts so far and compiled a list of audio interfaces for our use.

They're split into 4 categories:

  1. Audio Interfaces Confirmed Working With JamKazam
  2. Audio Interfaces Confirmed Working With JamKazam, But Not Working Well
  3. Audio Interfaces Confirmed NOT Working With JamKazam
  4. Audio Interfaces Mentioned, But Not Yet Determined If Working With JamKazam
If you're using another interface, or if you're using one on this list that falls in a different category (such as Mentioned..., and you have it Working...), let me know, and I'll update. I'm not sure if others can update this post or not, but feel free to message me or post a reply here, and I'll update it. I've included links to product pages where enough information has been provided in the post, and a product page still exists. I've also noted if the audio interface has been discontinued.

JamKazam admin, LMK if there's a better way to do this, or a better place to put it.

Thanks, all, for providing info on your experiences with these audio interfaces, and may your latency while jamming ever be low!  ;-)
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Audio Interfaces Confirmed Working With JamKazam

  1. Behringer U-PHORIA UMC202HD (JamKazam has “in the past generally suggested a UMC202; it's modern, modern drivers, and at the most aggressive ASIO settings, it does decently (and is not too expensive).
  2. MOTU M4
  3. PreSonus AudioBox iTwo
  4. PreSonus AudioBox 1818VSL (product has been discontinued)
  5. Keith McMillen K-Mix
  6. Focusrite Scarlett Solo (3rd Generation)
  7. Berhinger Xenyx 302USB
  8. SoundDevices USBPre (product has been discontinued)
  9. Focusrite Scarlett 18i20 (generation not specified)
  10. Zoom H6 (product has been discontinued)
  11. Behringer X18
  12. Behringer Xenyx X1204USB
  13. Behringer U-PHORIA 404HD
Audio Interfaces Confirmed Working With JamKazam, But Not Working Well 

  1. IK Multimedia iRig HD 2 (high latency and/or audible whine)
  2. Digitech RP255 (Delay in chat)
Audio Interfaces Confirmed NOT Working With JamKazam
  1. Behringer U-PHORIA UCA 202
  2. Apogee Jam
  3. Digidesign Mbox2 Mini
  4. Creative Labs USB Sound Blaster
  5. Focusrite Scarlett 8i8 (generation not specified)
Audio Interfaces Mentioned, But Not Yet Determined If Working With JamKazam

  1. PreSonus AudioBox 44VSL (product has been discontinued)
  2. UA Apollo Firewire
  3. Audiobox USB (product has been discontinued)
  4. Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 (3rd Generation) 
  5. Focusrite Scarlett 8i6 (1st Generation) (product has been discontinued)
  6. Zoom G5 (product has been discontinued)
  7. Behringer U-PHORIA UM2
  8. M-Audio Delta 44 (product has been discontinued)
  9. SoundDevices MixPre- 6 (product has been discontinued)
  10. Focusrite Scarlett 2i4 (generation not specified)
  11. Steinberg CI1 (product has been discontinued)
  12. Behringer U-PHORIA UMC202 (product has been discontinued)
  13. PreSonus AudioBox USB 96
  14. PreSonus FocusRite Scarlett 4i4 (generation not specified)
  15. M-Audio Fast Track Ultra 8R (product has been discontinued)
  16. Zoom UAC-2
  17. Zoom R24
  18. Behringer X32 Rack
  19. HeadRush Pedalboard
  20. Focusrite Scarlett 6i6 (2nd generation) (product has been discontinued)
  21. PreSonus StudioLive 16.4.2 (product has been discontinued)
  22. M-Audio Fast Track (product has been discontinued)
  23. Steinberg UR22 (product has been discontinued)
  24. Audient iD4
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(04-05-2020, 08:34 AM)pkatuin Wrote: Hey,

great that you are making a lust of working audio interface’s, the one’s we are using with big succes and very low latency are not on either of lists and maybe you can add them.

Our drummers uses the M-Audio Delta1010 (breakout box version) WIN 10 , Latency of 4.3 ms
Our basist uses the Behringer FCA1616 connect thru firewire
im using a Avid Digidesign 192 - OSX 10.8.5, Latency of 2,9ms

Best regards,
Paul katuin

Thanks, Paul - I've added these to the list in the post.

(04-05-2020, 10:08 AM)bezel Wrote: Focusrite 2i2 3rd working on Mac
Some troubles wit Windows. But maybe a general Problem with the Client and Internetconnection (unitymedia).

Focusrite 2i4 1st working on Mac. Also on Windows 10.

Uphoria UMC 204 wil be tested on Mac and Windows 10.

Thanks, bezel - I've added these to the list in the post! LMK how the U-PHORIA UMC204 fares, and I'll update the post.

(04-05-2020, 12:31 PM)Dimitri Muskens Wrote: Behringer XR18 (Air) works really well.
One does need some insight in the internal (USB-)routing of the mixer.
If setup correctly it is '16 channels of full control' over what you're sending down Jamkazam.
On OSX, local gear latency is at 8.3ms. I/O jitter at 0.4#

Thanks, Dimitri - I've added this to the list in the post!

Hi, all, and thank you for all the info!  I've updated the list to match the forums current state. Let me know as things change, and I'll do my best to keep this post updated.

Also, when posting (as the folks who replied to this post have excellently done!), please include as much of the following information as possible, as it's very helpful to understand/diagnose:

  1. Audio Interface information: Specific model name, product generation (1st generation, etc.) if applicable, a link to the product page (shows pictures that might help diagnose/recommend action), what drivers/which version of them you're using, what system settings (with screen shots or exact text), which inputs/outputs, how it's connected to your computer, etc.
  2. Operating System information: Operating system platform, name, specific version and build numbers (if applicable).
  3. JamKazam information: If you have an account, if you've been able to install and log in to the app, if you've tried to configure audio gear (what step, screenshots, etc., so we can see what you're experiencing), specific text of any informational or error messages, specific version of JamKazam (Can be accessed on Mac in the JamKazam application under the JamKazam --> About JamKazam menu. My current version is: "Build 1.20 - "1.0.3640"". This helps us and JamKazam to know which version you're using and what works in which version, if a newer version has addressed the issue you're encountering, or if a new version has cause some issue.
  4. Any additional context about behavior: crackling, popping, the app shutting down, what you were trying to do when this happened/
All of this will help folks try to understand cause and effect, and allow folks to help.  Thank you so much, and keep the excellent information coming!
Kevin
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#7
working with Jamkazam [build 1.2 - "1.0.3640"] on iMac 2011 [21.5" 2.8 GHz Intel Core i7, 16GB Ram, macOS 10.13.6]

Interfaces:
MOTU Traveller [1st Gen FW400]
Line 6 HX Stomp [USB2.0]
Zoom Q2n-4K [USB2.0]
Apple iMac 2011 built-in I/O
Apple Mac Mini 2010 built-in I/O

Issues:
In General, audio jitter some spikes (unsure if this is hardware or signal issue)
No test network, often drops connects (But I suspect these issues are user-capacity not hardware issues)
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#8
Confirming my success using my Alesis iO4.

https://www.alesis.com/products/legacy/io4

With e-drums and a Mac Mini.
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(04-06-2020, 01:48 AM)Karl Kaminski Wrote: working with Jamkazam [build 1.2 - "1.0.3640"] on iMac 2011 [21.5" 2.8 GHz Intel Core i7, 16GB Ram, macOS 10.13.6]

Interfaces:
MOTU Traveller [1st Gen FW400]
Line 6 HX Stomp [USB2.0]
Zoom Q2n-4K [USB2.0]
Apple iMac 2011 built-in I/O
Apple Mac Mini 2010 built-in I/O

Issues:
In General, audio jitter some spikes (unsure if this is hardware or signal issue)
No test network, often drops connects (But I suspect these issues are user-capacity not hardware issues)

Thanks, Karl - got 'em in the list, and appreciate the detailed info!

(04-06-2020, 02:13 AM)Dicksterb Wrote: Confirming my success using my Alesis iO4.

https://www.alesis.com/products/legacy/io4

With e-drums and a Mac Mini.

Thanks, Dicksterb - I've added these to the list!
Kevin
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#10
I'm working with an Alesis Multimix 16, Firewired to a fairly new Mac, hardwired to my modem (50-70mbps download)......Getting notices that my gear has a significant amount of latency (10.3ms). As a newbie here, can anyone tell me if my connection is the issue or if it's the mixer? If it's the mixer, would it be possible as a workaround to just buy a cheap(er) "approved" interface (like Beringer 302USB) and send the mixed-down drums through that to the Mac? Or would I still have the same latency issues? Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Scott M
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