Scarlett Studio Pack V2
By PAUL BOTHNER MUSIC | January 26, 2017
Home recording is a growing industry. With more and more bands and artists opting to buy their own gear, rather than spend the money on traditional recording options. If you are considering going that route, then the Scarlett Studio Pack V2 from Focusrite is a great starting point.
In order to start recording, you don’t need much. If you have a pretty decent computer at home, then you already off to a great start.
From there, all you need is some recording software and a basic audio soundcard. Unfortunately, the sound card your computer comes pre-equipped with just won’t do.
If you want to take your recording seriously, you will also need a good set of studio monitors, or headphones. And no, your Beats by Dr.Dre won’t do the job. You ideally want something with a flat response, so that you can hear what your recording sounds like without added colour.
Then, if you want to add vocals or an acoustic instrument, you need to add a microphone into the mix.
Finding and matching all the parts together can take a lot of research, time and effort. So to make things easier on yourself, why not look at the Scarlett Studio Pack V2?
Scarlett Studio Pack V2
Focusrite has made setting up your home studio easy. If you have a computer, the Scarlett Studio Pack V2 has everything else you need. This is the ideal starting point for someone who is first setting up a recording rig.
It also caters for those who want to upgrade an existing rig. The quality of Focusrite gear is unmatched at this price point.
The pack includes an external USB soundcard, a studio quality microphone and some awesome flat response headphones. And it all comes in their signature Scarlett colour, to ensure that your studio looks as great as the studio pack sounds!
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