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Focusrite Launch iTrack Studio - Make Music on your iPad
This one-box solution gives you leading Focusrite mic preamp technology and recording tools, just connect to your iPad, Mac or PC and you're ready to go.
The iTrack Studio integrates seamlessly with the Tape by Focusrite recording app, available for the iPad from August. Tape is compatible with popular audio apps such as Garageband, Cubasis and Auria.
Record your vocals and instrument simultaneously on seperate tracks with the iTrack Solo, Focusrite's 2-in, 2-out audio interface.
The package also includes a studio-quality studio condenser mic, reference monitoring headphones and cables to link the mic and your device.
Watch John Smith record his song 'Winter' using the iTrack Studio and Tape.
By Jonathan Meager
Posted on 11 Jul 2013 16:00 to category : Instruments News
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