Focusrite Scarlett 2i4 Gen 2

$359.00 $299.00 inc. GST

2in/4out USB 2.0 Audio Interface feature two
Focusrite Preamps – 24bit/192 Khz

SKU: FOC-SC2I4 Category:
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Free Addictive Keys – The Addictive Keys virtual instrument from XLN Audio is now included for free with all Focusrite audio interfaces. One full license per account enables you to choose one world-class Addictive Keys instrument, such as Modern Upright, Studio Grand, Electric Grand or Mark One.

Monthly plug-in offers – Monthly Focusrite Plug-In Collective offers with free or discounted plug-ins to registered Focusrite interface owners.

Focusrite’s most versatile bus-powered audio interface 
The second generation Scarlett 2i4 is Focusrite most versatile USB-powered audio interface, ideal for anyone needing a cue mix for performing or recording. It is compact yet flexible, with two natural-sounding Scarlett mic preamps, super-low latency (Super-low roundtrip latency was measured at 2.74ms, working at 96kHz with a 32 samples buffer on Logic Pro X, running on a Mac Pro and OS 10.11), MIDI input/output, four analogue outputs and the same class-leading sound quality and digital conversion as the rest of the latest Scarlett range.

Two natural-sounding Scarlett mic preamps with plenty of even gain
Two newly-designed instrument input, designed for seriously hot pick-ups
Class-leading conversion and sample rates up to 192kHz / 24 bit
Super-low latency (Super-low roundtrip latency was measured at 2.74ms, working at 96kHz with a 32 samples buffer on Logic Pro X, running on a Mac Pro and OS 10.11) for using your plug-ins in real time without the need for DSP
Cue mix switching, with four analogue outputs
One headphones output with gain control
MIDI I/O connectivity, ideal for sending/receiving MIDI notes from a Stage Piano
Compact and tough enough to take anywhere
Powered by USB so you don’t need to carry a power cable
Includes Pro Tools, First – Focusrite Creative Pack and Ableton Live Lite
All the additional software and loops you need to start recording

Take it anywhere, connect by a single USB cable, plug two microphones or instruments straight in and easily record studio quality audio against a cue mix. Focusrite is the perfect partner for Pro Tools and to celebrate this Scarlett 2i4 now comes with an exclusive version of Pro Tools, First Focusrite Creative Pack, as well as Ableton Live Lite. It is also compatible with all other major DAWs, on Mac and PC.

The Ins and Outs you need 
With Scarlett 2i4 your recordings will sound just how you want them. Two combination inputs with natural-sounding Scarlett mic preamps, line level inputs and newly-designed instrument inputs let you record anything you want. The four analogue outputs and MIDI I/O make the Scarlett 2i4 ideal for the modern music producer using outboard synths or performing live. Use the 1/4 inch balanced jack outputs to connect to professional studio monitors or the four RCA outputs to connect to a home speaker system or DJ mixer.

New Generation – Better in every way 
The second generation Scarlett range is packed full of upgrades. New super-low latency (Super-low roundtrip latency was measured at 2.74ms, working at 96kHz with a 32 samples buffer on Logic Pro X, running on a Mac Pro and OS 10.11) will bring confidence to your performance, letting you record and monitor with software effects in real time. New metal gain controls and a sleeker red metal chassis reassure you of its improved industrial design, built to go anywhere.

The Scarlett range also now operates at sample rates all the way up to 192kHz and the input channels have evolved too. The latest Scarlett mic preamp features a more even gain structure, so you can accurately set your levels and the instrument input has also been completely redesigned so it can handle seriously hot pick-ups. Finally, Focusrite have provided analogue protection circuitry across both the inputs and the outputs, to guard your interface against unwanted power surges.

Ready to record, anywhere 
Compact and portable enough to take anywhere, you won’t even need a power supply; Scarlett 2i2 is connected and powered by a single USB cable. It also comes with the software and effects you need to start recording; an exclusive version of Pro Tools, First Focusrite Creative Pack, Ableton Live Lite, the Softube Time and Tone Bundle, Focusrite’s Red Plug-In Suite, 2GB of Loopmasters samples and more.

Pro Tools | First Focusrite Creative Pack 
Scarlett 2nd Generation audio interfaces come with the Pro Tools | First Focusrite Creative Pack. This includes Pro Tools | First + 12 plug-ins:
Pro Tools | First
Tape Echo
Eleven Lite
Black Op Distortion
Gray Compressor
Graphic EQ
Vibe Phaser
Roto Speaker
Sci-Fi Ring Modulator
Vari-Fi Speed Shifter
Studio Reverb
InTune Digital Tuner

All this is in addition to Scarlett’s already amazing software bundle which includes Ableton Live Lite. You simply need to register your new Scarlett 2nd Gen unit to download all this amazing content



Founded in 1985 by Rupert Neve, Focusrite's first contracts included a commission from Sir George Martin to build extensions to Air studios' custom Neve consoles, initially the vintage recording console in Martin's Air Montserrat studio in the Caribbean – specifically a no-compromise microphone preamplifier and equaliser. The resulting module, named the Input Signal Amplifier (ISA) 110, consisted of a transformer-coupled microphone preamplifier, 4-band equaliser and high- and low-pass filters. The initial modules were delivered to Air Montserrat in 1987 and were very well received – as a result, Air London ordered several the following year. The ISA 110 was subsequently sold as an outboard system. The ISA130 was added to the range in 1988, a single-channel Comp/Limiter, De-Esser and Expander/Gate developed by Rupert Neve and Trevor Stride. Focusrite decided to use these designs as the basis of a complete recording console, and the Focusrite Forte console was developed as a result in 1988. The concept was simply to produce the highest-quality recording console available at the time, regardless of cost. The prohibitively expensive design limited the production to just two units, however, after which Focusrite fell into financial difficulties. One console was delivered to Master Rock studios in London and the other to Electric Lady in New York, remaining in use for many years. The original Focusrite logo with its musically inspired italic “ff” is actually that of the console, standing for “Focusrite Forte” (as well as the musical term “fortissimo”, or "very loud"). Audio industry veteran and co-founder of Soundcraft Electronics Ltd, Phil Dudderidge purchased the company's assets in April 1989, establishing Focusrite Audio Engineering Ltd and reissuing the original modules along with some new designs.[3] The company also designed a new console, the Focusrite Studio Console, released in 1990. Focusrite saw a growing interest in the microphone preamplifier, EQ and dynamics capability of the console, and decided to spin those out into a new range of outboard modules so that the technology could be made available independently of the console itself. This became the Red Range, with distinctive red milled aluminium front panels, launched in 1993. Over subsequent years Focusrite introduced several ranges of outboard audio processors. The Blue range, aimed at mastering engineers, followed, then in 1996 the Green range, a series of lower-priced processors was launched, aimed at musicians and home and artist-owned recording facilities. The Platinum range followed in 1998, with characteristic silver-fronted rack cases that combined more effective production design, lowering prices, with more advanced circuitry providing additional features, including not only mic pres and processing, but also a range of effects. The company also co-developed plugins and hardware for the popular Pro Tools range of digital audio workstation (DAW) systems. At the same time, new derivatives of the original ISA range were developed, providing new features such as variable mic input impedances. The ISA range is still in production, now with the additional of digital conversion as well as analogue signal processing. The ISA design originally included both input and output transformers, the latter to allow driving long studio lines, but with the advent of on-board analogue to digital (A/D) conversion, this was dropped from the design. Late 2003 saw the introduction of the Liquid Channel. This unit combines analogue and digital technologies to emulate virtually any combination of classic mic preamp and compressor. At the same time, Focusrite launched another plug-in for Pro Tools, the Forte. This emulated the sound of the two key modules from Focusrite's beginnings, the ISA 110 EQ and ISA130 compressor from the original Forte console. In August 2004, Focusrite acquired electronic instrument manufacturer Novation and became a subsidiary called Novation Digital Music Systems Ltd.[4] (later re-dubbed Novation) A significant step for the company was the addition of the Saffire Firewire range of audio interfaces, the first being announced at NAMM in early 2005. This range has continued to expand, offering mic/line/instrument preamps and conversion in a number of configurations, and has more recently been joined by the Scarlett range of USB interfaces. Saffire is also available with real-time DSP-powered tracking and mixing capability designed for the home studio environment, providing compression and EQ for tracking, plus monitor reverb; it also includes VRM: Virtual Reference Monitoring technology. VRM allows a mix to be auditioned in a several different emulated environments – such as living room, bedroom studio and professional studio control room – with a selection of monitoring and other loudspeakers, by listening on headphones. The VRM Box is also available, a USB headphone amplifier with DSP software for monitor emulation. Late 2010 saw Focusrite return to the plug-in arena with the release of the Midnight plug-in suite. This utilises powerful DSP technology to exactly model the classic Focusrite ISA110 equaliser and ISA130 compressor, even including high-resolution front-panel emulations reminiscent of the hardware units. The ISA110 and 130 modules were created for the Forté console in the 1980s. On 12th December 2014, Focusrite was floated on the AIM market as Focusrite plc.
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