Scarlett Solo

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Video guide to getting started with your Scarlett Solo on Mac
Video guide to getting started with your Scarlett Solo on PC
Scarlett Solo, along with all Scarlett interfaces, are 'Class Compliant' devices. This means that they do not require a USB driver in order to work with Mac computers. If you have previously...
Every user with a Scarlett (Solo, 2i2, 2i4, 6i6, 18i8, 18i20, 8i6, 18i6) Saffire (Pro 14, 24, 24DSP, 26, 40, Liquid 56, 6 USB) interface or Forte registered to their user account will have an...
When using iTrack Solo or Scarlett solo with Keynote on Mac, there appears to be a peculiarity with how Keynote manages its inputs. Because of this, these particular interfaces appear to only record...
We are aware of an issue when using Windows 8 that causes audio to be slowed down when the computer starts up, when using a Scarlett usb interface. This issue will only affect certain systems and...
When creating new tracks and attempting to record with your iTrack or Scarlett Solo in Garageband, please note that creating a generic audio track will often default the tracks input source to INPUT...
No, the Scarlett Solo is not compatible with Scarlett MixControl. All of its controls are hardware based instead. To change buffer size and sample rate go to the audio preferences in your DAW (Mac)...
The Scarlett Solo requires a USB cable of good quality in order to function correctly. We recommend you use either the USB cable provided or another high quality USB cable to avoid issues. We would...
Note: This walkthrough is using Garage Band version 10.0.2, the screenshots below may look different in other versions : Please launch Garage Band, create new project, select Songwriter (or whichever...