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Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 (2nd Gen) USB Audio Interface with Pro Tools First, Red, 2i2-2 Mic Pres
- Four analog inputs: two natural-sounding Scarlett mic preamps with plenty of even gain; two newly-designed instrument inputs, designed to handle seriously hot guitar pick-ups
- Class-leading conversion and sample rates up to 192kHz / 24 bit. Frequency response-20 Hz - 20 kHz 0.1dB
- 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
- 1/4-inch balanced jack outputs to connect professional studio monitors; one headphones output with gain control
- Includes Pro Tools | First Focusrite Creative Pack and Ableton Live Lite, Softube Time and Tone Bundle, Focusrite’s Red Plug-in Suite, 2GB of Loopmasters samples, and monthly Focusrite Plug-In Collective offers, all available via download
- Choice of one free XLN Addictive Keys virtual instrument via download upon purchase and registration; 2-year limited warranty on manufacturing defects
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Ideal for singer songwriters and guitar players
Second generation 2 in / 2 out USB 2.0 audio interface with one Scarlett mic pre amp and one instrument input, 24bit/192kHz & USB bus powered. Pro Tools | First & Ableton Live Lite recording software, plug-ins and samples included. Mac & PC compatible.
Don't let latency hold you back. Scarlett's unrivalled round-trip latency as low as 2.74ms* completely revolutionizes your workflow. You can work entirely inside your DAW for both overdubbing and playback, and use your plugins while recording – all without an egregious delay.
* Measured at 96kHz with 32 samples on Logic Pro X, running on a Mac Pro with OS 10.11. Subject to DAW choice, settings and the host computer.
Designed for the Guitarist
No matter how loud you play, or how hot your pick-ups, the new-designed instrument input can handle it. You'll be free to play without the worry of unwanted distortion.
Start Recording Today
Scarlett Solo comes with Pro Tools | First Focusrite Creative Pack in the box, as well as Ableton Live Lite and a suite of software and samples, so you can start recording straight away. It works flawlessly with all major DAWs on Mac and PC, too – all you need to do is plug in and get started.
- Focusrite Control (routing and monitoring application)
- Red 2 & Red 3 Plug-in Suite
- Softube Time & Tone Pack
- Pro Tools | First Focusrite Creative Pack
- Ableton Live Lite music making software
- 2 GB of Loopmasters sounds and samples
- Novation Bass Station VST and AU plug-in synthesizer
|Scarlett Solo||Scarlett 2i2||Scarlett 2i4||Scarlett 6i6||Scarlett 18i8||Scarlett 18i20|
|Total I/O||2 in / 2 out||2 in / 2 out||2 in / 4 out||6 in / 6 out||18 in / 8 out||18 in / 20 out|
|Analog Ins / Outs||2 in / 2 out||2 in / 2 out||2 in / 4 out||4 in / 4 out||8 in / 6 out||8 in / 10 out|
|ADAT I/O||In Only||✓|
|Focusrite Control Software||✓||✓||✓|
|Pro Tools First | Focusrite Creative Pack||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
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|Item Dimensions||1.93 x 6.93 x 4.29 in||1.93 x 1.93 x 4.72 in||6.34 x 8.27 x 2.17 in||18.11 x 8.27 x 24.41 in|
Scarlett 2i2 is the best selling USB audio interface in the world, and for good reason. It focuses on just three things; achieving the best sound, the fastest speed and the easiest experience. Our latest generation continues to improve in all three areas. It is compact yet versatile, with two natural-sounding Scarlett mic preamps, super-low latency* and the same class-leading sound quality and digital conversion as the rest of the latest Scarlett range. Take it anywhere, connect by a single USB cable to a computer, plug two mics or instruments straight in, and easily record studio quality audio. Focusrite is the perfect partner for Pro Tools. To celebrate this Scarlett 2i2 now comes with an exclusive version of Pro Tools | First Focusrite Creative Pack, as well as Ableton Live Lite. It is compatible with all major DAWs, on Mac and PC. MIDI IO is not a feature of Scarlett 2i2; check out Scarlett 2i4 for all of the same features of the Scarlett 2i2 with the addition of MIDI I/O and increased control over audio levels.
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Physically, the Scarlett is built like a brick outhouse. Heavy and stout, it just feels of quality. If I had any minor nitpick for the unit, the only thing I can come up with is that the silver knobs are plastic; I would have preferred (and would have paid for) aluminum knobs for a superior tactile experience when turning the knobs. But, the plastic knobs do the job, and they look reasonably good, so there are really no issues here.
Finally, over the past few months, I've made heavy use of the Scarlett and have not experienced a single problem with it. My previous interfaces were (a) Mackie Blackjack, and (b) a Tascam US-100. The Mackie was very good -- and was built like a tank -- but was limited in expandability. The Tascam worked only for a single device and it only showed up as a generic "USB Codec" within OS X and Logic X. The Scarlett easily eclipses both of those interfaces in flexibility and native OS X and Logic X integration, and is the equal of the Mackie in terms of build quality.
I am one happy puppy, and have already recommended a smaller Scarlett to one of my band mates so that we can record and collaborate remotely. Despite this being my first Focusrite purchase, I am, needless to say, a total fan of Focusrite at this point. Definitely, a well-earned five star rating.
*It worked great for almost one week, then a loud droning sound started up and I spend hours upon hours trying to trouble shoot.
*I was given another cable and even bought two more to no avail.
*I borrowed another computer to test it on to find the same issues.
The person I was in contact with was nice but what follows is why I will never purchase a Focusrite again.
*Started the process to get it repaired...... It took almost a MONTH from my first email just to get the RMA, and cost me $13 to ship.
*I was never given updates during this time or contacted at all by American Music and Sound (the guys who would "repair" it) and just to get my RMA I had to hound the Focusrite person I originally talked to.
*Shipping was 7 days from me to them and was back in 14 days (including 7 days for shipping) So about 7 days in their shop.
*I set every back up.... and almost fell out of my chair. Not only was it NOT fixed the sound was louder and now just touching it caused it to skip like there was an issue with the power cable or the jack itself.
*I also apparently cannot return it and cannot afford to keep shipping it back just so they send it back still broken
This was a big buy for me and I am stunned that at $100 this spent most of its life not working, and now I'm out all this money.
I cannot recommend this product at all or this company.
But every couple hours, randomly, the input or output lines turns into static robot noises until it is reset. This happens in the middle of games, of skype calls, and in the middle of recording sessions. Entire sessions of work have been turned into useless trash without my even knowing it until listening back later.
And thus, I contacted tech support.
And for months and months I got sent through every single hoop they could imagine. Every tweak, every test, beta driver updates, and everything else you could think of.
But today I draw the line. Today I am fed up with Focusrite. I am fed up with their attempts to blame everything on my numerous computers for interfering with their product. Their hardware is simply broken, and they refuse to admit this and replace it. Simple as that. I guess their outsourced support is just that cheap to pay by the hour.
I hope yours works great if you get it, because you are not going to get useful support if it isn't.
Do not buy one of these.