iTrack Solo

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The LED on the front of the iTrack Solo is designed to illuminate when the device connects to a driver, it is not a power indicator. As such, if you are connecting the iTrack Solo to an iOS device,...
*This article applies to the iTrack Solo with the 30-pin Device Link Cable. Users with the Lightning Device Link cable version of the iTrack Solo will already have received the extended cable in the...
This guide will explain the necessary steps to get your Focusrite interface set up for recording and playback with Reaper on both Windows and Mac systems. 1. First, you will need to specify which...
On rare occasions, a Mac preference file relating to audio devices may become corrupted. This can cause a device to not show up as an input/output device in System Preferences > Sound even when...
As a result of our ongoing development of iOS products, we have been made aware of issues between Garageband & iOS 7/8 on iPads with legacy connections (30pin). We have raised this with Apple,...
If you are running a Scarlett, Forte or iTrack Solo Interface, or any other Focusrite or Novation USB 2.0 Interface, on a Mac (no driver install needed) and it does not appear in the System...
This article contains a step-by-step guide on installing the necessary USB driver for Scarlett/Forte/iTrack interfaces on Windows 7/8. To stop Windows from assigning an incorrect driver, it is...
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...
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...
Previous issues with Pro Tools 11 and "Dynamic Plug-in Processing" have been resolved in updates to Pro Tools. Please make sure you have the latest version of Pro Tools 11 if this check box still...
Direct monitoring allows a user to listen to the input signal of the interface with near zero latency. It takes the input signal on the interface and sends it straight to the headphone and line...
Many of our Setup Guides show you the preference menu of your DAW Software with a drop down menu that features the interface's name, Scarlett, Saffire, Forte, etc. On Mac the DAW will read the name...
Yes you can use your Itrack solo with a Mac or PC. Download the latest driver : http://us.focusrite.com/downloads?product=iTrack+Solo Simply connect USB cord to your computer
GarageBand is one of the most popular recording apps for iOS devices. It is a useful compositional tool and used on its own, allows you to create music from the range of virtual instruments it...
The iTrack Solo requires full USB power for the high quality components used in the analogue and digital designs of the interface, therefore you will not be able to charge your iPad while using the...
You can record both channels of the iTrack Solo simultaneously into your iPad, but some applications like Garageband will only let you record one mono or one stereo track at the same time. If you...
All 4th generation iPads and iPad minis now have a Lightning connector instead of the previous 30-pin connector. To be able to use the new iPads with the iTrack Solo you will need to purchase a...
Powering the iTrack Solo The iTrack Solo is an active device, and needs a DC power source to operate. It is important to remember that when you use the iTrack Solo with an iPad, it will not be...
No drivers are required for iPad use - this is plug and play, without the need for installing drivers. For Mac / PC use, drivers are required. Please download and install the latest Focusrite USB...
The first batch of iTrack units that were shipped include an erroneous image in the printed Getting Started Guide that shows the DEVICE LINK cable bending to the right. Looking at the back of the...
On iPad 44.1 KHz, 48KHz, 16 bit, 24 bit on playback Some apps on the market will let you also record at a 24 bit resolution. On Mac / PC 44.1KHz, 48KHz, 88.2 KHz, 96 KHz, 24 bit