The Scarlett Solo hardware interface provides the means for connecting a microphone and an instrument or line-level audio signals to a computer running Mac OS or Windows.
The signals at the physical inputs can be routed to your audio recording software / digital audio workstation (referred to throughout this user guide as the “DAW”) at up to 24-bit, 192 kHz resolution;
similarly, the DAW’s monitor or recorded output will appear at the unit’s physical outputs.
This lets you record “real-world” instruments into Ableton Live Lite, GarageBand® (or whichever other DAW you may use) along with – or instead of – any “native” sounds already available within your
The physical outputs can be connected to an amplifier and speakers, powered monitors, headphones, or any other audio equipment with analog inputs that you wish to use.
Although all inputs and outputs on the Scarlett Solo are routed directly to and from your DAW for recording and playback, you can configure the routing within your DAW in order to meet your needs.
A Direct Monitoring feature lets you hear what you are playing without the effects of computer latency.