- Publié le 14/05/14 à 23:14Entrée DI
Entrée jack 6.5 mm
port nimi USB
port I pad
Je n'ai jamais trop trop poussé l'enregistrement mais ça à l'air d'aller (la flemme en fait). Je m'en sert essentiellement pour jouer au casque par dessus le son de mon pc
MISE EN OEUVRE
Facile il faut juste télécharger les drivers sur internet sinon rien ne fonctionne.
Simple efficace elle fait son taf !
- Publié le 29/11/12 à 14:36 (contenu en anglais)I purchased the iTrack Solo recently for use with my iPad. Not that I record very often with my iPad but sometimes depending on where I am I like to use it. I was looking for an inexpensive interface that I could use with it because I knew that I would not be using it that much so I wanted something simple. I did some research and came across the iTrack Solo. This is probably as simple as you can get when it comes to interfaces. You can use this with a Mac/iPad and even PC computers. It is very easy to set up and start using. It is a two channel interface that has a decen preamp and comes with phantom power.
I only use this most of the time just to record guitar tracks on the go, I keep it in my bag so that where I am I can pull it out and lay down some guitar tracks and ideas on the go, I love how it works great with my iPad because I always have my iPad with me so I can always record something no matter what.
The preamp is very quiet, it generates no noise but it is not good enough to give you anything above average recording quality. I would not use this to record anything serious or anything more than just some ideas and practicing. I would not try to add anything that I recorded with the iTrack solo to a final mix because the preamps are not good enough (at least for my standards).
All in all, this interface is very handy. I have not used it with a PC or even a Macbook but I will say that if you have an iPad and you want to record on it then this is a must have. It has a direct instrument input so you can get your guitar recordings right into your iPad hassle free and on the go.
- Publié le 24/10/12 à 07:06 (contenu en anglais)The Focusrite iTrack Solo is a standard 2 in and 2 out audio interface that has 1 microphone input. It can be used on your Mac or PC , it only cost around 150 dollars. The iTrack Solo is very portable, that is what Focusrite was going for when they made this interface, they wanted to create something solid but still portable enough to take with the mobile musician.
It is a 2 channel audio interface, with a solid preamp that has phantom power to give you some solid and clean direct recordings. The iTrack Solo is built well and will last you a long time if you take care of it. You can get up to 24 bit/96kHz resolution using it with your home set up which is not bad for an interface that is this inexpensive. It has a direct input for your guitar as well to make it very easy to record directly into your computer or DAW hassle free. No matter where I have used this interface, on a PC, Macbook and even my iPad, I am always able to knock out some really clean recordings that will sound like they came from a more expensive interface when in fact they come from this iTrack Solo.
The drivers are very stable on the iTrack Solo and I mostly used it with GarageBand on my Macbook or iPad. I have only recorded one track at a time with this interface, and I have not received any driver updates yet. Maybe they have released some on a Windows computer though.
Overall this is a great and compact interface that is good for your budget because it is cheap and works well. The only reason you would need to upgrade from this is if you want to record more tracks simultaneously or want to add more to your set up. Otherwise this interface could last you a long time.