The Saffire line from Focusrite has remained a powerhouse in the recording industry since the collection’s inception in the mid 2000s. The easy design allows you to seamlessly connect this audio interface and have complete control over your inputs. The idea that you could harness the ability to create and record music in your own home made their products a must-have for many different levels of recording artists. If you’re just starting out, Saffire has a great packaged deal that gives you everything you need to start recording. The Pro 14 Recording package includes a microphone, powered monitors, cables, a mic stand and of course, the Saffire Pro 14 interface. The Pro 14 comes with MixControl, software that allows you to create six different mixes, and has a one-click configuration allowing you to do everything from track to monitor to mix your recordings. A package like this takes you through the recording process from start to finish.
Recording specialists will find the fine-tuned design of the Pro Saffire series to aid perfectly in the recording process without breaking the bank. Options like the Pro 40 is affordable and includes 8 preamps with a staggering array of options like ten analog outputs, loopback inputs, phantom power and much more. If you’re setting up a project studio, you’ll enjoy the versatility a model like this provides.
For the serious producers of music, the Focusrite Liquid Saffire 56 is where it’s at. This model features two ‘Liquid’ preamps that are a unique blend of analog and dynamic DSP, giving you an additional option of choosing one of ten more preamp emulations. It also includes six additional preamps with traditional FocusRite design, allowing you to have the best of both worlds. The mixing capabilities are vast with a model like this due to the impressive amount of preamps. It’s perfect for a medium to larger studio.
When you’re building your studio, finding an audio interface that’s right for you is crucial. You want to cleaning represent everything the artist is trying to convey so a Focusrite Saffire audio interface that doesn’t get in the way of that is ideal. Whether you’re recording the talent or you are the talent, Saffire audio will help make you sound exactly as you imagined.