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I'm an IT professional and even I struggled to install the software. My mistake was to plug in the Scarlett Solo to USB before installing the software. DO NOT DO THIS because Windows will then search Windows Updates for drivers and then get into into mess which won't be solved when you go to install the downloaded Focusrite Control software and USB driver. That will hang for a very long time and maybe not complete at all. Follow these steps: 1. Download the FocusRite Control software 2. Right click and Run as Administrator 3. Select either Full Installation or one of the specific USB/Thunderbolt options 4. Accept to install each of the the USB and/or Thunderbolt driver. This might seem to take a long time installing the drivers but leave it to get on with it. 5. Reboot your computer and wait for the Focusrite Control window to come up saying "Hardware Not Connected". 6. Now plus in the Scarlett Solo and WAIT while Windows goes off and searches Windows Updates. This may also seem to take a long time but be patient. 7. If all is well, Windows will come back saying device is ready, having linked the driver to your Solo and Focusrite Control will show the Solo configuration options. 8. Lastly, it is advisable to go to your Windows Playback Devices, and in the Properties of the Focusrite Usb Audio, go to the Advanced tab and untick the option to "Allow applications to take eclusive control of this device".
Having gone through this learning curve for a couple of hours, I'm very happy with the sound quality. The earth hum and other unwanted noises I was getting from my older 1st generation Scarlett is no longer present.
Honestly Reviewing! Great device by Focusrite, Every other budding instrumentalist or a singer, songwriter could go for it without a doubt. If you want only your sound to be recorded then this is the product you are looking for , Zero noise (professional sound quality) , great build , stylish design . Even you will get a DAW license with it . If you are a beginner and have no idea of using a DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) then it might take time to get started with it , But they will guide you step by step and the tutorials are best for the products like this i have ever seen so , it won't be any problem in setting up. For your kind concern we get DAW with every Focusrite product so, it isn't specially added by amazon so, you can even directly contact the seller and get the same product in lesser price than amazon . The product was delivered in 2-3 working days, got no defect and working fine till now.
So, Thumbs up from my side to Focusrite scarlet solo (3rd Gen).
I have a little home studio that I have set up and did my research for the best audio interface for my budget. This one was at the top of the list (I am not disappointed). I went with this Solo version as I am a novice in the studio and do not at this moment need all those inputs/outputs. But please be aware that it is not possible to isolate your monitor headphones when they are plugged in to the interface from your monitor speakers. You will need to unplug your monitor speakers to use your headphones. This is why I have only given a 4 star rating. If it is necessary to isolate your headphones from your speakers, the Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 3rd has a separate headphone volume knob (I wish I had noticed this before I bought the Solo).
So I've just setup a budget xlr microphone set up, pairing the Rode Podmic with this interface. It works and sounds great for YouTube videos, Streaming and podcasting. The struggle with podcasting is the fact it only has one xlr in, so if you want another guest in person, you're better going with a 2i2. The drivers work fine and the build quality is a great premium, I'm not a fan of the red but I can live with it
Sound quality is very nice though I haven't tired any other source for my microphone. Haven't booked up a guitar so I can't say and for headphones I'd say their is better as I am using the Sennheiser HD598sr and preferred the sound from my motherboards sound card, but that's because their was less bass, and personally the GSX 1000 amp is really nice to go with those headphones.
So if its just for headphones, I don't reccomended it, if it's for a microphone, such as the at2035, then definitely go for it.
I have to say that I’m really impressed with this piece of kit. It works great with GarageBand on my iPhone 8 Plus. My only issue is with using other stand alone apps which don’t have the option to select an input. As my guitar gets plugged into input 2. Some apps automatically try to sorce from input 1 which is for XLR inputs only. If I decide to upgrade in the future I may well go for Focusrite 2i2 as butch inputs have the option of either XLR or 3/4” input. Other than this. It’s great. I found it really easy to use right out of the box. If using with iPhone or iPad though you will also need the Apple USB lightning camera adapter and a powered USB Hub
If you're only going to be using one XLR cable then this is easily the go-to option on a lower budget. It can be a little difficult to configure if you don't know exactly what you're doing but they set up an extremely useful set of videos showing exactly how to do it: anyone can set this up. The sound quality compared to other interfaces doesn't always match its higher-priced competitors, but as its size is smaller this also means its much more portable than others.