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Focusrite's New Scarlett 2i4 USB Audio Interface
The Scarlett 2i4's compact design and anodised aluminium unibody casing makes it ideal not only in the studio but on the road as well.
When listening back to the input signal through the DAW, it's very useful to have zero latency monitoring. With the Scarlett 2i4, it's possible to record into the DAW in real time, whilst hearing a zero latency monitor feed from their input sources. You can control this with a single knob for easy blending between direct monitoring and DAW playback.
The interface boasts 48V phantom power and high-quality condenser mics for great quality recording. Its two preamps and input and output capabilities (including MIDI) make it ideal for musicians and digital DJs.
It even comes bundled with software tools to get you composing, performing and recording, including the Focusrite Scarlett Plug-In Suite, Ableton Live Lite and more!
The Scarlett 2i4 is USB-bus powered and is compatible with both Macintosh and Windows.
Posted on 12 Sep 2012 16:00 to category : Instruments News
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