Focusrite and Softube have teamed up to offer Focusrite Scarlett, Saffire and Clarett* owners an exclusive Time and Tone Bundle —all for free
Softube Time and Tone Pack is a unique plug-in bundle (valued at £129) which includes three of Softube’s world class plug-ins: a reverb, a delay and a distortion. The Softube Time and Tone Pack includes the following three plug-ins: Continue Reading
We were recently joined by Chris Calcutt from Focusrite Novation who talked us through their new Scarlett 18i20 interface! With 8 analogue inputs/mic pres, 10 analogue outputs, plus S/PDIF and ADAT connectivity, this powerful USB 2.0 interface can provide a maximum of 18 inputs and 20 outputs! It even ships with Mix Control software, which allows you to configure all the routings of the interface with ease!
Focusrite have compiled a very handy chart, which allows you to quickly compare the most important features of all of their Scarlett USB 2.0 audio interfaces. With the range comprising of the 2i2, 2i4, 8i6, 18i6 and the 18i20 there's a fair range to choose from, so which one is right for you? Just check out the chart below and get comparing!
Following the release of the Focusrite Scarlett 18i20 USB 2.0 interface (featuring an amazing 18 inputs and 20 outputs in a rack-mount unit for a great price) and the Red 1 500 Series Mic Pre (featuring the same signature sound as the original Red Series preamps that were installed in many pro-studios across the world following their release in 1992), we've created a mini-puzzle for you to solve!
Yet another announcement from the Focusrite camp and another addition to their steadily growing Scarlett range of high-quality USB 2.0 interfaces. The Scarlett 18i20 is designed to sit at the heart of a modern recording studio and as such it features enough inputs and outputs to record and mix a full band! In fact, the 18i20 offers a total of 18 potential inputs and 20 potential outputs, which include 2 analogue mic/line/instrument inputs, 6 analogue mic/line inputs and 10 analogue line outputs!