Focusrite Audio Interfaces
The job of an interface is nothing complex in theory: they're essentially translators, turning analog signals into digital ones and vice-versa, allowing all kinds of different equipment to be connected together. While it's a simple concept on the surface, it takes real expertise "under the hood" to pull it off without losing sound quality. When you hear the results from a studio using Focusrite audio interfaces, that's one of the first things that you'll notice: there's no loss of quality. You music will sound just as good coming out of the interface as it does going in.
Choosing the right model from the Focusrite lineup is just a matter of knowing your own needs and finding the audio interface built to meet them. For example, are you looking for a powerful but easy-to-use interface that can fit in your studio rack? Check out the Saffire Pro 40 or Scarlett 18i20. Comfortable with a steeper learning curve in exchange for ultra-professional features and functionality? The Focusrite Liquid Saffire 56 is perfect. In search of a quick and easy interface that can sit on your studio desktop? You'll find plenty of those, from the Scarlett 2i2 USB Audio Interface to the Saffire Pro 24 and the super-compact Focusrite Forte.
Different studios place different demands on their interfaces, so Focusrite offers a wide range of options ready to cater to all. To make the best decision, all you have to do is take a look at what each interface brings to the table and compare that to your studio's specific needs. Once you find the model that matches your checklist, you'll know you're looking at the right one to take home.