Scarlett Solo Studio 4th Generation | The Classic Compact Audio Interface, Remastered.
- Singer-Songwriter, Guitarist, Podcaster
- Bus/External Power, Mac/Windows/iPadOS
- XLR Mic Preamp, 1/4″ Line/Hi-Z In
- Headphone Out, 2 Monitor Outs
- 24-Bit / 192 kHz AD/DA Conversion
- 48V, Zero-Latency Direct Monitoring
- Mic Air Mode, Multicolor Gain Halos
- Virtual Loopback for Streaming
- Ableton, Pro Tools, Hitmaker Expansion
Offering a combination of high-quality sound and user-friendliness in a compact and portable format for recording, podcasting, and streaming, the Focusrite Scarlett Solo Studio (4th Generation) 2-in / 2-out USB-C audio interface lets musicians and creators capture high-quality audio with no learning curve no matter where they go.
Scarlett Solo Studio – Remastered for Artists and Content Creators
Scarlett Solo Studio is everything you need to make your first hit record, right now. Connect the CM25 MkIII studio condenser mic to Solo’s detailed, ultra-low-noise mic pre and it sounds great right away. Plug a guitar into the Hi-Z instrument input, it feels just like an amp. Then listen in stunning clarity with the SH-450 headphones.
Portable, Bus Powered, or Standalone
Both compact and lightweight, the Scarlett Solo is rugged and ready to securely stand on your desktop or travel with you. Being bus powered via USB-C connectivity, it can be used in any room or even remote locations, with your preferred DAW on a Mac/Windows computer or on an iPad Pro equipped with a USB-C port.
The Scarlett Solo 4th Generation can work in Standalone mode and still pass audio from the inputs to the outputs without the need for a computer. To power the unit, simply plug in an external USB power supply or USB power bank using the USB-C 5V input located on the back panel.
4th-Generation Pristine, High-Resolution Conversion
Scarlett Solo 4th Generation uses the same studio-grade, 24-bit / 192 kHz AD/DA converters as Focusrite’s flagship RedNet interfaces, found in countless high-end studios worldwide.
Thanks to its high-performance via 24-bit / 192 kHz AD/DA converters that deliver a huge 120 dB of dynamic range, the Scarlett Solo is equipped to capture any source from vocals to acoustic and electric instruments clearly and accurately, so you don’t have to worry about the interface clouding your sound.
Scarlett Solo Studio 4th-Generation Ultra-Low-Noise Mic Preamps with Air Mode
The Scarlett XLR mic preamp captures the sound of your microphone with transparency and full detail. Switchable 48V phantom power is onboard to accommodate your favorite condenser mics.
The selectable Air Mode brings the bright and open sonic signature of a big studio console to your microphones.
It adds high-end presence and rich harmonic drive to vocals and instruments, reproducing the Air effect of Focusrite’s original ISA mic preamp.
Hi-Z Instrument and Line Inputs
The 1/4″ inputs on the Scarlett Solo’s front panel are specially designed to preserve the quality of your sound when connecting instruments with high impedance (Hi-Z) like electric guitars or basses—no need for a DI box or amplifier.
At the press of a button, each 1/4″ input can be used to input line-level sources like a mixer’s output or the line outs from guitar and bass amps.
CM25 MkIII studio condenser mic
You can use the CM25 MkIII for almost anything, but you’ll love how it sounds on vocals and guitars thanks to its bright and detailed character.
SH-450 closed-back headphones
With the SH-450 Focusrite has created their best-sounding studio headphones, with plush pads and a soft-touch headband design to keep you focused, not fatigued.
Scarlett Solo Key Features:
- A powerful custom-designed headphone amp with a huge dynamic range sets the stage for loud, clear, and accurate playback and monitoring through any headphones.
- Separate knobs are provided for quick and independent adjustment of your speakers and headphone volumes.
- Scarlett Solo Loopback function lets you record other audio sources from within your computer (e.g., the audio output from a web browser) using the Scarlett’s virtual stereo inputs, which have no physical connectors on the hardware interface itself but may be selected in the DAW as signal sources.
- Gamers can record gaming audio plus a mic separately. YouTubers can record a mic over a video. You can also combine computer audio with your mic for streaming.
- To get started, choose from the two included DAWs: Pro Tools Artist (3-month subscription with Complete Plugin Bundle), or Ableton Live Lite recording software.