If you’re in a bedroom or home studio and probably won’t be tracking live drums, an 8 channel unit might not be for you. That’s why I asked my friends at Focusrite if they could send me the Scarlett 2i2… so I could test it out for myself and see just what it could do!

I’ve done a few videos with Focusrite over the last year and I really like their products, especially the Scarlett range. I think they offer serious capability for not a lot of money.

The Scarlett 2i2 is a 2 channel interface. It has 2 mic preamps, which also double as line level inputs. This brings a lot of capability to anyone who is looking to record on a budget.

If you’re looking to record and don’t know where to get started, the 2i2 is a great unit to call your first interface.

Home Recording with the Focusrite Scarlett 2i2

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If you’re a drummer, you’re going to find this guide offensive. It never ceases to amaze me how easily big, tough heavy metal drummers get offended….

“What comes out the speakers matters more than your feelings, creampuff!”