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Focusrite iTrack Solo USB Audio Interface
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- High-quality award-winning Focusrite microphone input
- Compatible with iPad, Mac OS X and Windows
- Directly connect your microphone or instrument
- Aluminum unibody case
- Signal halos for level and clip indication
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With Focusrite's iTrack Solo, you can record guitar and vocals on your Mac, PC, or iPad. iTrack Solo provides the best solution for recording your instruments and vocals using an iPad. Featuring a Focusrite microphone pre-amplifier and an input to record directly from electric and bass guitars, iTrack Solo is the perfect way to expand the audio capabilities of your iPad using Garageband or any other music-making app. Although it is an Apple-certified "Made for iPad" device, iTrack Solo is also fully compatible with your PC or Mac computer and comes with a host of free music making software including Ableton Live Lite and the Focusrite Scarlett Plug-in Suite.
The iTrack Solo is a 2-channel audio interface for iOS devices, Mac, and PC. Just connect your iTrack Solo to a power supply and an iPad and you're ready to go. With the very best in digital audio technology encased by a rugged aluminum unibody chassis, iTrack Solo will capture and playback your sound with pristine quality--up to 24-bit/96 resolution when used with PC or Mac.
Plug Straight In
The front panel has an input for a microphone and an input for an instrument (such as an electric guitar, bass guitar or the output of an electro-acoustic guitar). This makes the iTrack Solo perfect for capturing the output of a microphone, or using an electric guitar with one of the many guitar amp applications on iPad.
Keep an Eye on Your Audio
Unique signal halos let you know that you've got a good audio level for recording, with level and clip indication. Green is good and red means that your audio is too loud, and that you should turn down the level control.
Works with Garageband and Other Apps and DAWs
Record your songs with many apps including GarageBand, or connect to your favorite digital audio workstation on Mac or PC. iTrack Solo includes samples for Ableton Live Lite, Novation Bass Station, Scarlett Plug-in Suite, and Loopmasters.
25 Years of Experience
Since 1985, Focusrite has been a leading manufacturer in the professional audio field. Focusrite mic pres are the choice of leading artists, recording studios and engineers around the world. Now get the quality of Focusrite on your iPad or computer.
Don't be Limited by Your Dock
Use the iTrack Solo's premium quality audio outputs to take your sound to Hi-Fi, speaker systems or headphones to hear the difference Focusrite can make. At Focusrite, that's all that matters--sound is everything. A supplied cable connects iTrack Solo to the iPad, and it is powered by the included USB cable that delivers the power necessary to run the iTrack's high-specification components. If you are using iTrack Solo with a Mac or PC you don't need to connect it to the mains, your computer will supply enough power via the USB cable. The cable supplied in the box with your iTrack Solo is designed to pass Apple's Made for iPad tests to ensure that any official iPad accessory can meet their standards for noise interference resilience, specifically the TDMA noise that can be induced when an iPad receives a telephone call over a 2G network.
Top Customer Reviews
The complaints about the iPad connector cable are valid - it's too stiff and short. I feel like I might accidently break it off if I'm not too careful. Why it uses a proprietary connector on the back of the unit, I'll never know. To combat the included 30-pin cable I bought a $10 3ft 30-pin extension cable, which seems to do the job nicely. The GarageBand software on the iPad is simple enough to use, and while it can only record one of the 2 input channels at a time, that's fine for what I expected. To record from a live sound-board, I just use the XLR input, set the gain (with the awesome colored halo ring), and save the recording as a mono track.
Being small and solidly built, I've got no problem tossing this in the milk-crate with the rest of my cables and peddles.
In regards to how it records when plugging into a computer via USB (an iMac in this case), it's even better than I expected. The GarageBand software on the Mac does have the ability to record both input channels at the time time. The on-board monitor volume and headphone is fantastic. I thought it only would play back what was being input at that moment, but it does more than that.Read more ›
First, the pros:
-Outstandingly low latency. Uses the same driver as the scarlett, and I can run the demo track in the latest version of Ableton Live Suite with a buffer of 64 samples. That's an overall latency of 9.93ms which rivals RME and is as good as I've seen in a USB interface
-High quality built in pre-amps, apparently the same as the scarlett
-Low noise, sounds fabulous
-Separate gain controls for the mic and guitar inputs
-Front mounted headphone jack
-Attractive, small footprint
-Comes with (ridiculously short) iPad cable
The cons (as compared to the Scarlett 2i2)
-Unbalanced outputs which are fine for home use but might be limiting if you are playing live
-No line inputs, so not suitable for recording hardware synthesizers, guitar and mic only
-No separate volume knob for the headphones. I need to unplug the speakers if I only want sound in the headphones
-Only one mic input, so not suitable for live stereo recording
So while the Focusrite iTrack Solo sounds just as good as the Scarlett 2i 2with the same amazing low latency , I would think even the simplest home studios would miss the separate headphone volume knob, line inputs and live stereo recording capability of the Scarlett 2i2. The Scarlett 2i4 with multiple unbalanced and balanced outputs would probably be an even better choice for anyone who occasionally performs live.
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If you’re looking for a high quality, portable, easy-to-use USB audio interface for 1 XLR input and 1 Line In input, the FocusRite iTrack Solo might just be for you.
The FocusRite iTrack Solo is a USB, RCA, and iPad-compatible interface.
This device features a durable, premium-feeling metal case with 4 rubber non-slip feet on the bottom.
It has 1 XLR input with 48v Phantom Power (USB power required) and a 1/4" Line In input, both with gain knobs. The iTrack Solo also has a 1/4" headphone output for monitoring.
Like the Scarlett 2i2, you can use the iTrack Solo as a DAC to listen to audio playback via USB from your PC, and you can use it for direct monitoring of your inputs.
The back of the device features a Kensington lock, USB 2.0 output, White and Red RCA-style line out for monitoring or running to an audio system, and a “Device Link” port for iPad.
The main target audience for the iTrack Solo seems to be those looking to record and mix music with their iPads. While this is a handy capability, this isn’t something I would ever use. I do not own an iPad so I cannot test this feature.
What I was able to test and use was the audio recording and playback. I originally purchased this interface for a small voiceover booth I put together for my voiceover work. I had an Audio Technica AT 2020 condenser microphone, this and a laptop. It was very, very easy to set up, and the quality was amazing.
The sheer ease and quality of recording with this interface from my microphone to Adobe Audition is what convinced me to try out the Scarlett 2i2 on my main studio setup, and I love them both.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Definitely I-focused. I had trouble with a Windows driver not included on the CD (MAC focused pretty much exclusively). Contacted tech support and they hooked me right up. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Hearthstone
Works great! I mainly use it coupled with an rta mic to get the general ida of the db level in a different location, so I cant speak for how good it is for recording audioPublished 1 month ago by Jake
This is only getting 2 stars because it does not have a lightning connector. This specific interface comes with a short (1-foot) 30 pin connector. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mark
I think this is a great product. I've used it both with my iPad and my Windows based PC and works well with both. Read morePublished 2 months ago by F. Gibbons
High quality audio playback and low latency for vst effects and vst instruments (6 - 11ms round trip) on my AMD A10 6800 Windows 10 build. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jason H
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