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Professional dock for recording on iPad.
iTrack Dock is a comprehensive, studio-quality iPad recording interface that acts as the hub of your iPad recording studio. Featuring dual legendary Focusrite microphone preamps, along with two line inputs and an instrument DI with plenty of extra headroom, stereo monitor outputs with 105dB dynamic range plus independently-controlled headphone outputs, and a USB port for class compliant MIDI instruments and controllers, iTrack Dock gives you everything you need to record, monitor and control music on your iPad - with precision Focusrite digital conversion at up to 24-bit, 96kHz sampling. And at the same time it charges and powers your iPad.
Who is iTrack Dock for?
iTrack Dock is the perfect recording interface for songwriters, musicians and home recordists who want to take advantage of their studio gear alongside the simplicity of iPad. Designed to provide a comprehensive recording, monitoring and control solution for iPad users, iTrack Dock is easy to use and provides all the control and functionality you'd expect in a traditional recording interface.
That Focusrite Sound
iTrack Dock, like other acclaimed Focusrite interfaces, couples superb analogue audio circuitry with the highest precision digital conversion expertise, to deliver the best of all possible worlds for today’s iPad-based hit-makers, in both personal studios and world-class facilities across the globe.
Did you know that... The legendary Focusrite sound embodied in all of Focusrite's products goes all the way back to 1985, when Rupert Neve was commissioned to build "no compromise" modules for the consoles in Air Studios? Since then, countless hit records have been tracked and mixed through Focusrite gear, which to this day follows the same design philosophy: sound is everything.
Simple, Sleek Setup
Getting started is easy. Whichever Lightning iPad you have, just slide the connector on the iTrack Dock up or down to match the position of your iPad's socket and plug in. The iPad sits perfectly in the iTrack Dock, at just the right angle, in line with and alongside the Dock's raked control surface.
Hooking up your gear is easy too. Simply plug in your microphones and guitars via XLR and Jack cables, while line inputs and monitor outputs to your speakers are carried over TRS cables. A standard USB cable connects your MIDI controller to the iTrack Dock, giving you instant "hands on" control of any assignable MIDI parameters.
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Comments about Focusrite iTrack Dock:
I looked around for a week or two, trying to decide on a cost effective yet versatile, Audio/MIDI interface for my iPAD Air. My goal was to have an interface that kept the iPAD charged, and had powered USB/MIDI functionality, and audio outs, TRS/Headphones. My search and needs led me to the iTrack Dock by Focusrite.
The iPad slides right in after a quick adjustment to the lightning connector, it is as if they were both made by Apple. I plugged in the USB cable from my M-Audio Axiom Air and then powered on the iTrack, then the Axiom, and bang, the Axiom lights up and is fully functional together with my iPad.
I don't have TRS Y cables to stereo male 1/8" for the PC line in, so I just went from the Headphone out to the PC with a stereo male 1/8" cable on both ends, along with a 1/4" adapter. The sound is actually pretty good considering. When I directly connect my Headphones to the iTrack the sound is a little louder.
I haven't tried a condenser mic with this yet or an guitar or bass, only because im not that good on either. All in all its a quality build for an interface, it seems durable, sounds great, has lots of in/outs, it will power a USB/MIDI keyboard and transmit its messages to the iPAD. Not really a con, however I do wish it had TOSLINK/SPDIF digital I/O. Only because my soundcard on the PC has those inputs too. Highly recommended.