What’s the best interface for recording Strings?

String instruments are, without doubt, an extension of the musician playing them. Your relationship with your instrument is very personal so you’ll want to be sure that any audio interface you use to record it reproduces what you are playing accurately.

Dynamic sound

The Focusrite Clarett+ range of audio interfaces is aimed at professionals who want recordings that neither restrain nor flatter. Clear of colouration and with an output dynamic range of 124dB, the low-noise 24-bit/192kHz converters are able to respond to high dynamic range signals and will give your recordings clarity and nuance. 

Scarlett 4th Gen comes with a 120dB dynamic range and the 24-bit/192kHz converters are taken from our flagship RedNet product line, so you can squeeze every drop of detail out of your recordings. The re-engineered Air mode with two distinct modes allows you to add presence and rich harmonic drive to your sound, just like a classic console in a bid studio.

Easily expandable

The Clarett+ range offers several audio interfaces so you can choose the one that best suits you. If you’re a solo player, then you’ll be good to go with the Clarett+ 2Pre, but if you want more inputs, all of the range are expandable via ADAT, so you can set up a mix for an ensemble easily.

Great sound made easy

Focusrite audio interfaces also feature ultra-low latency, which means that there will be minimal lag while recording and therefore a much easier and more enjoyable experience when playing. Coupled with high-quality headphone amps, Focusrite Control software, and an ‘Easy Start’ tool, setting up is simple. You can be ready to record in minutes.