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How do I use the S/PDIF inputs and outputs on the Saffire or Scarlett and how should I sync the devices?
The S/PDIF connection on the back of your Saffire or Scarlett is a connection that allows two channels of SPDIF Format Uncompressed Digital Audio (Not Surround 5.1 or 7.1 Dolby or DTS Audio) to be passed along a single unbalanced co-axial connection. This can be used to connect a device with a...
Interview with Matt Robertson (Programmer/Producer/Orchestrator/MD for Björk) for ISA 430 MkII, OctoPre MkII
Matt Robertson is a multi-talented programmer/producer/orchestrator/sound engineer and synth enthusiast (he has his own“Anablog” where he features and reviews analogue synthesizers), and on top of this he was Björk's MD on her “Biophilia” tour.
London College of Music – Building the World’s largest RedNet system for RedNet 1, RedNet 2, RedNet 3, RedNet 4, RedNet 5, RedNet 6, RedNet D16 AES
Some users wish to use their ISA one preamp with Pro Tools LE or M-Powered by digitally connecting their ISA to the digital inputs of their Pro Tools hardware. This will allow a high quality connection from your ISA One using Focusrite's high quality analogue to digital convertors without...
Dual device support is implemented from Saffire Mix Control 1.7 onwards, and allows a user to control 2 interfaces simultaneously with the computer (with the exception of 2 Liquid Saffire 56s, or an LS 56 and a PRO 40).
The buyer's attention is in particular drawn to the provisions of condition 10.4 These are the terms and conditions of Focusrite Audio Engineering Limited a company incorporated and registered in England and Wales with registered number 02357989 whose registered offices are at Windsor House,...
As any pro engineer or producer will tell you, dynamics are one of the most important considerations with any mix. Proper use of dynamics processing is crucial to finishing off a mix and making it sound more professional, and without it you'll have a hard time getting that high quality finish to...
Billboard Chart-topping sensation Leona Lewis takes world by storm: Focusrite’s Liquid Channel goes on tour… Live engineer Dave Wooster insists on Focusrite for Leona’s vocals: “The Liquid Channel continues the high standards I’ve come to expect from Focusrite…”
Forget the controversy about ticket pricing and crucifixion posing because, behind the scenes of Madonna's most recent >Confessions< tour, a revolution in live performance technology was taking place.
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John Delf may have started his career as a recording engineer, but it was only when the acts he produced insisted he engineer for them on tour that his passion for live sound was born.
So says Matt Knobel, director of Setai Recording Studios: “One way or another, almost everyone on my discography has gone through Focusrite’s ISA430!”
Focusrite Audio Engineering Ltd., the U.K. manufacturer of Focusrite and Novation brands is pleased to announce the formation of Focusrite Novation Inc., which establishes a dedicated American presence for the U.K. company. Industry leader Phil Wagner, who held a similar position as President of...
Live Engineer Graham Peacock uses Liquid Channel on every show: “it’s simple, functional… and gives me a great vocal sound”