Focusrite launches iTrack Solo, a two channel interface for iOS and desktops (video)
There’s a stack of different plugs, cables and connectors aimed at piping sound into your iPad, but when studio-stalwart Focusrite makes one, we pay attention. The iTrack Solo is a two channel interface compatible with the iPad, as well as your Mac or PC, offering mobile recording all the way up to 24-bit / 96kHz. The onboard preamp is the same as used in the brand’s flagship Liquid Saffire 56 interface, and there’s phantom power for microphones. As well as the mic-in there’s a quarter-inch input for guitars etc., as well as a chunky volume control for monitoring. Front “halo” indicators change from green to red if your recording levels go too high, and the aluminum casing should prevent it from getting damaged at the bottom of any gig bag. Once you’ve created a masterpiece in Garageband (or other recording app), you can use the line-level phono outputs to run it through your sound system of choice. Sound like something you can get down to? You’ll be able to get your hands on the iTrack Solo starting next month, and it’ll set you back $160 at your local dealer — in the meantime, you can jam on the PR after the break.
Pubblicato il 06/09/2012, in Hi-Tech, Music&Software con tag apple, audio input, audio interface, AudioInput, AudioInterface, Focusrite, focusrite itrack solo, FocusriteItrackSolo, garageband, Guitar, input, iOS, ipad, itrack solo, ItrackSolo, mac, music, PC, preamp, sound card, SoundCard, tablet, video. Aggiungi il permalink ai segnalibri. Lascia un commento.