Reviews and Problems with FOCUSRITE Saffire Pro 40
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5 July 2013
Excerpt: This is my first interface unit, and while I could have went with a cheaper unit having less I/O, I decided to bite the bullet in case I decide/attempt to record a drum set one day. So far it is very user friendly, I am still working through difficulties with the included mixer and haven't quite figured out how to load or use all the plug ins and stuff that come with it, but that's my personal lack of expertise.
Excerpt: Focusrite has for many years enjoyed a reputation as a manufacturer of fine outboard processing gear, and, more recently, computer-integrated kit such as the Saffire, Liquid Mix and Liquid Channel, among others. The company has traditionally tended to pitch its products at the higher end of the market, so it’s good to see that the latest offering, the Saffire PRO 40, aims to bring the company’s high standards to the budget-conscious project studio arena.