MESSE05: Focusrite Firewire Interface is Live

Production models, see the software too      14/04/05

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MESSE05: Focusrite Firewire Interface is Live


The Focusrite Saffire is a new FireWire audio interface from Focusrite. We saw a mockup of it at the NAMM show earlier this year and now the final production model is available. The 10 in 10 out Saffire features 24-bit 192kHz integrated A-D and D-A with on board DSP for ultra-low latency work. And of course, it bears the Focusrite name. Saffire features at a glance:
  • Ultra-low latency Firewire 400 interface with onboard DSP .
  • 24-bit, 192kHz integrated A-D/D-A .
  • Four inputs; two Focusrite preamps and SPDIF I/O .
  • Eight balanced outputs for creating separate headphone/monitor mixes or 7.1 surround monitoring .
  • Suite of Saffire-powered plug-ins; compression, EQ, amp modeling and monitor path reverb available on analogue inputs, for recording wet and or monitoring .
  • Free accompanying software allows the engineer to create up to five unique stereo mixes of all incoming and recorded tracks .
  • Plug-ins also available for use within the user's software platform .
  • MIDI I/O Pricing and availability Shipping end of May
    Cost £297 UK +VAT
  • www.focusrite.com  


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