I'm looking to get into recording. I've heard good things about the Yamaha THR10C, and now the THR10X has come out. I'm looking for something that is intuitive & user friendly, so I can spend more time playing & recording song ideas than being an engineer. I've heard a lot of good things from people on this forum, and would like to hear their experiences with the THRC & X. I know the X has more gain, but I play many different genres of music and would like versatility also. Can the X give you all the tones that the C does and just offers more gain? The software that comes with it is Cubase AI, does it have usable drum loops or samples, unlimited tracks, and is it user friendly? Since I'm a recording newbie I'd like something that's intuitive to capture inspiration with not too much set up time. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
The other option I'm interested in is the PreSonus Audiobox 22VSL. I've heard from friends that the Studio One Artist DAW is pretty damn good with unlimited tracks, and also pretty intuitive to use. Anyone with any experience with this interface, I would appreciate any info you can provide. I'd like to know it the Studio One Artitst DAW comes with usable drums, and how easy it is to use. Also, I'm hoping either of these devises have low to zero latency, if possible.
I've been leaning more to the Yamaha THR10C or X because of the added bonus of having a cool practice amp with hi-fidelity sound, and the option of using it as a ipod dock for parties.
Dudes, any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance for your input & expertise.