Focusrite has made its mark in the world of production and recording with a series of audio interfaces, after starting with consoles in the 1980s. Today, their systems deliver the quality professionals seek with the usability beginners and amateurs need to grow their skills.
When it comes to making and recording music, barriers can get in the way. Costs aside, technical features and a lack of direction leave many musicians and aspiring producers clueless about how to use the gear.
Focusrite works to break those down by making recording and production a more straightforward, easier and intuitive process.
Prior to entering the world of audio interfaces, Focusrite started by manufacturing consoles in the 1980s and introduced 12 models over this period. Now partnering with other brands to ensure product compatibility and a better user experience, Focusrite has since launched its Focusrite Pro division, specifically created to meet and exceed the needs of audio professionals.
Setting itself apart, Focusrite Pro forwards the quality and operation of pro audio gear with its Red multi-format interfaces, RedNet audio-over-IP systems, and ISA microphone preamplifiers and signal processors.
Focusrite Audio Interfaces
Focusrite's definitive interfaces include:
- USB Interfaces: The Scarlett Range is as the forefront. Now in its third generation, this audio interface presents six in and out configurations with high-quality microphone preamplifiers and various converters.
- iOS Interfaces: The iTrack essentially lets you make music on the go, plugging into an iOS-supported device to get studio-level sound no matter where or what you're recording.
- ADAT Interfaces: The OctoPre line lives up to its name with eight-channel versions of popular Scarlett and Clarett audio interfaces.
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