Focusrite Solo Studio Scarlett Mk 2 Pro Audio Interface Bundle
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Focusrite’s Plug-In Collective brings monthly plug-in deals to registered and new customers.
The advent of Focusrite’s new, ultra-low latency interfaces opens up a world of new possibilities for recording and overdubbing, using multiple DAW plug-ins in real time rather than needing special cue mixes and outboard DSP.
There’s no shortage of great plug-ins today, with new and exciting instruments and effects coming out all the time – but which to choose?
At Focusrite, we believe in freedom – the freedom to choose the plug-ins that get musicians, producers and engineers their signature sound, exactly the way they want it. To help in the quest, Focusrite is working with some of the most innovative and prestigious plug-in companies around to provide exclusive offers, tutorial content and more.
Free throughout February: Syntorus double path analogue chorus from D16 Group Audio Software
Part of the family of the Silver Line of D16 plug-ins, Syntorus double path analogue chorus has a rich analogue chorus similar to the effect found on classic synthesisers like the Solina, Synthex or Juno. To create a chorus effect, an audio signal is mixed with one or more delayed, pitch-modulated copies of itself. Syntorus will add richness to synthetic basses and leads, acoustic instruments or anything else it's used on. Whether you're using keys or guitars, you'll be impressed by the unique sound of Syntorus.
Take Advantage: Half-price products
When customers have registered, they can also freely download Frontier, D16's self-adaptive versatile limiter, receive 50% off the D16 products below. The closing date for this discount is 31 March 2017.
• LuSH-101 multitimbral polyphonic synthesiser: €74.50 (was €149)
• Repeater vintage modelled delay: €44.50 (was €89)
• PunchBOX bass drum synthesiser: €39.50 (was €79)
Everything You Need To Start Recording
The Scarlett Solo Studio bundle gives you everything you need in one handy package. With a Scarlett Solo audio interface, large-diaphragm CM25 MkII condenser mic, HP60 MkII closed-back headphones and all the cables you require to get started straight away you can be recording within minutes. The 2nd generation Scarlett range have improved sample rate with a maximum 192khz/24bit and super-low roundtrip latency of 2.74ms*. The Scarlett Solo has a sleeker looking red metal case with a new metal gain dial and redesigned instrument input able to handle extremely hot guitar pick-ups. We also have a new linear gain structure on the inputs, meaning you can accurately dial in the levels. Focusrite have also included analogue protection circuitry on all inputs and outputs to guard your interface from power surge damage.
Compact and Powerful
Inside the bundle you will find the Second generation Scarlett Solo from Focusrite, a compact audio interface especially suited to a producer on the move or the solo guitarist/vocalist. Featuring the same class leading conversion and outstanding sound quality as the rest of the Scarlett range, the Scarlett Solo is portable enough to be taken on location or quite simply, anywhere you want. Powered by a single USB cable, with available 48v phantom power - plug in your guitar, connect the CM25 MkII condenser mic and immediately capture studio quality sound. Plug in the HP60 MkII closed-back headphones for accurate monitoring without any unwanted distractions.
Software To Get You Started
The Scarlett Solo Studio comes with an extensive software package so you can be ready to go within minutes of opening the box;
- Exclusive version of Pro Tools First Focusrite Creative Pack featuring 12 plug-ins including the Eleven Lite for authentic guitar amp emulation
- Ableton Live Lite
- Softube Time and Tone Bundle
- Focusrite Red Plug-In Suite
- Novation Bass Station Software Synthesizer
- 2GB of Loopmasters samples
* Super-low roundtrip latency was measured at 2.74ms, working at 96kHz with a 32 samples buffer on Logic Pro X, running on a Mac Pro and OS 10.11
Features • 24 bit 192 kHz.
• Low latency 2.74ms.
• Improved linear gain structure.
• Instrument input redesigned for hot pickups.
• Analogue protection circuitry to stop power surges (via usb).
• New metal gain controls.
• Sleeker chassis.
• Redesigned headphones and microphones for studio packs.
|Computer Interface Type||USB 2|
|Analogue Inputs (Total)||2|
|Analogue Outputs (Total)||2|
|Mic Preamps (Max)||1|
|Instrument Inputs (Max)||1|
|Sample Rate (Max)||192 kHz|
|Dynamic Range||n/a dB|
|Dimensions (mm)||n/a WxHxD|
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