What audio interface can I use with my Chromebook?

Some interfaces are supported by Chromebooks and some aren't. Here are some alternatives that will work with a Chromebook:

For around $30, you can get your hands on the Behringer U-phoria UM2. At around $100, there's the PreSonus AudioBox USB and the Focusrite Scarlett SoloIf you're willing to spend up to $150, there's the TASCAM US-2X2 USB Audio Interface.

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    Vrbceez

    Could I use the umc22?

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    Ed McGuigan

    I just bought a Yamaha AG-06 mixer/audio interface and it works perfectly with my Chromebook. The AG-03 is $149 and the AG-06 $199. It is USB class compliant so no drivers required.

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    Sebastian Aronsson

    What kind of settings will I have to do on the Chromebook for the Presonus Audiobox to work as my input? Any settings in the Chrome browser?

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    sammy mah

    Great this saved my day.

    I had to change to Yamaha AG-06 mixer/audio interface.

    Saw a review of it on https://studiogearexperts.com/best-audio-interface/htm

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    Aaron Williams

    Have you used the Behringer U-Phoria UM2 with your Chromebook? Is it possible to download and use the effects plugins that Behringer offers for this device on a Chromebook?

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    I have a Line 6 TonePort UX1 that I use with my Windows 7 desktop and I am able to model all kinds of different amps and effects devices via the Pod Farm software. I'm wondering if I can do something similar to this using the Behringer and my Chromebook so I can record on the go instead of just at home on my desktop.

    Edited by Aaron Williams
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