Is the behringer xm8500 any good?

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I'll preface by saying I got the Arturia Minifuse 2 recently but before that, I was using a Behringer UMC22 and a usb mic and used them both with ASIO4ALL. Both the Behringer and my mic recorded at 16 bit. The Minifuse 2 records at 24 bit. Now my DAW glitches whenever I try to use the Minifuse and mic together and I'm not sure if it's a bit depth issue. If it is, are there any solutions omegle xender ?

Otherwise, is the behringer xm8500 any good? Any other mic suggestions in that price range? I'm planning on just scrapping ASIO4ALL altogether and using the interface if I can't use the Minifuse with my USB mic. :)
Berhringer makes reliable hardware, both its recreations of classic hardware no longer in production, and low-cost clones of current industry favorites. Have you posted this issue on the new Discourse-based, Arturia community forum?
Arturia has increased their level of support over the past couple of years, and aside from occasional sarcasm from the typical musical prima donnas in every community, I found most people there, very friendly and helpful.

I don't know what platform you are using.
To save time and money, I bought a DELL XPS 8940 desktop workstation and customized it.
11th Gen Intel Core i9-11900K processor, Memory: 64 GB, Hard Drive: 1TB M.2 PCIe NVMe Solid-State Drive
Windows 11 Pro and Windows Subsystem 2 for Linux running MX Linux with the Liquorix Low-Latency, Low-Resource Kernel

I have 2 Audio/MIDI interfaces, a MiniFUSE 2 and the Line 6 HX Stomp, but use the MiniFUSE 2 as my primary interface, with the HX Stomp for FX and IR Amps and Speaker combinations.

My go-to DAWs are Reaper and Ableton Live for compatibility with the majority of people I work with, but I still try to support anything that is free and open-source, like MuseScore which now functions as a DAW since the dramatic upgrade in version 4.*, and of course, Ardour which has a steep learning curve, and now I'm learning LMMS.

The ASIO drivers for the MiniFUSE 2, in my experience, have lower latency while using less system resources than when I previously used ASIO4ALL. LMMS is the only DAW one that does see my system default of MiniFUSE ASIO drivers.
Utilizing the MiniFUSE 2 as your primary interface and the Line 6 HX Stomp for effects and amp modeling is a smart setup choice. Reaper and Ableton Live are indeed popular DAWs, and it's good that you support free and open-source options like MuseScore, Ardour, and LMMS.