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Focusrite Audio MIDI Interfaces

If you are into recording and producing music, whether you are a singer, in a band or a songwriter, having an audio interface to effectively put all the sounds together is important. Focusrite offer a wide range of different audio and MIDI interfaces which allow you to create masterpieces in the comfort of your home or professional recording studio.

What is an Audio Interface?

Audio MIDI interfaces are basically external sound cards that helps you get sound in and out of your computer so you can edit it. Already you are able to record sound through your computer but having an audio interface leads to more professional sound and recording abilities. Audio interfaces come with a wider range of input types and can connect to a selection of professional recording equipment.

Compatibility

Focusrite’s range of audio interfaces includes machines for iOS devices so you can connect your iPhone, iPad or Mac. Other devices are suitable for standard laptops and tablets so it does not matter what computing system you have, there is a USB interface for you.

Scarlett Range

The Focusrite Scarlett range is one of the most reputable USB audio interface series in the world and is versatile while remaining compact. This range has outstanding sound quality, fast speed and an easy user experience. The Scarlett Solo Studio is a studio in a box and perfect for you if you are looking for a simple recording system. It includes a small USB interface, headphones and microphone. The Scarlett 2i4 is extremely versatile and ideal for you if you need a cue mix. It has MIDI I/O, four analogue outputs and two Scarlett mic preamps.

MIDI Interface

MIDI interfaces use 5-pin MIDI jacks to provide MIDI In/Out to and from a computer. They connect to your computer with a USB and you can use with branded or unbranded audio MIDI interfaces, keyboards or pad controllers. Many digital pianos, keyboards and controllers that have a USB usually have a built-in MIDI interface so you may not need a dedicated device.

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