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FOCUSRITE ITRACK SOLO By Curtis Moldrich

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06 December 2012
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FOCUSRITE ITRACK SOLO

Great for making music using synths and other software instruments, iPads and Laptops are useful for crafting artificial sounds but not ideal for capturing live audio.

Enter the iTrack Solo. 

A gateway for your own audio creations, Focusrite’s box of tricks allows you to record vocals and signals from instruments (even simultaneously depending on the program), and transport them straight into a DAW of your choice. 

First impressions are good, and thanks to clean lines and a stylish metal finish, the iTrack won’t look out of place alongside your prized iDevice. Featuring two top tier inputs on the front, one suitable for guitars and one for a mic, setting up is quick and easy - great for the non-techy.  

Working with your chosen Digital Audio Workstation such as Garageband or Logic, the iTrack is able to deliver stunningly clean signals. Thanks to a high end  soundcard recording quality is superb - but only when using a top end microphone. In the same way, recording from guitar will be faultless, but the sound you achieve will only ever be as good as your amplifier emulation software.

A faultless link in your recording set up, the iTrack Solo is a great component for recording in the studio or casually in your bedroom - but to get the best out of it you’ll need to invest in some similarly impressive kit.

£130| Focusrite

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