The iTrack Solo has two inputs, one for microphone and another for directly recording your guitar or bass.Compatible with iPad, Mac and PC you can use the iTrack solo with your favourite recording software, including Garageband. Ableton Live Lite 8 and the Focusrite Scarlett Plugin Suite are included so you're ready to start recording and mixing right out of the box.
Focusrite's iTrack Solo provides the best solution for recording your instruments and vocals using an iPad. Featuring a Focusrite microphone input. iTrack Solo is the perfect companion for any singer-songwriter wanting to take their demos to the next level.
The iTrack Solo audio interface features a rugged aluminium unibody chassis and a guitar input alongside the microphone input, so you're free to record both vocals and your instrument simultaneously to separate tracks in your software.*
A large monitor dial provides a tactile control for the volume of your speakers and headphones, whilst a high quality headphone amp provides a clean yet loud signal to headphones connected to the front panel socket. The direct monitor switch routes audio directly from the inputs to both the headphone and speaker outputs. This allows you to hear the incoming signal with no latency, which can be distracting and affect your performance.
On the rear panel you will find phono outputs allowing you to connect iTrack Solo to a pair of powered speakers, or to your home Hi-Fi system. The speaker volume can then be controlled using the large dial on the front of iTrack Solo meaning everything you need is within reach.
Record guitar and vocals on your iPad with a Focusrite mic preamp.
Focusrite iTrack Solo Key Features:
- High-quality award-winning Focusrite microphone input.
- Connect directly to a loudspeaker system via rear panel phono connectors
- Made for iPad, also compatible with Mac OS X and Windows
- Directly connect your microphone or instrument
- Signal Halo LEDs for level and clip indication
Check out the Focusrite iTrack Solo Music Radar review here.
Please note that at current, GarageBand for iOS will record two simultaneous inputs to a single stereo track which cannot be separated using iPad. The two separate signals can be separated by transferring your session to a Mac. Other apps are available which allow recording to two separate tracks simultaneously.