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20 Mar 2018

Review: the Focusrite Scarlett Studio Pack

producer/hardware Review: the Focusrite Scarlett Studio Pack

The Focusrite Scarlett Studio Pack is a compact audio interface package with lots of accessories. The audio interface is equipped with an instrument and a vocal channel and only needs a USB cable to provide power. This makes the package ideal for the singer-songwriter. The Focusrite Scarlett Studio Pack has a low latency, a high sample rate and comes with a large amount of software.

The Focusrite Scarlett Studio Pack comes with:

  • Pro Tools, Focusrite Creative Pack, Ableton Live Lite, Focusrite Red Plug-In Suite, Novation's Bass Station Virtual synthesizer and 2GB of Loopmasters samples.
  • HP60 over-ear headphones
  • CM25 large diaphragm condenser microphone
  • Low-noise XLR cable of three meters

At the front of the audio interface is an XLR input for a microphone and an instrument input that is suitable for an instrument with a strong output signal. Each input is equipped with a gain button with LED illumination, when the LED illumination is green, the recording volume is perfect, but when it turns red you have to turn the volume down. In addition, there is a 48V switch to switch phantom power on and off. The back of the audio interface is provided with two line outputs.


The Focusrite Scarlett Solo Studio Pack is the perfect audio interface for the beginning musician. This audio interface has many accessories, is class compliant with Mac and comes with different software programs so you can start recording right away.

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