Since the introduction of the first Focusrite Saffire interface in 2005, FireWire (Apple’s trade name for IEEE 1394) has been a firm favourite among Focusrite interface users with its high speed and reliability. In particular, FireWire and USB represent a great partnership – by having your audio interface on one type of bus and your hard drives on the other, you get the highest possible performance from your computer audio system, and the fewest problems.
Mount Kimbie are an electronic production duo based in South London. Members Dominic Maker and Kai Campos met at university and released their debut album ‘Crooks & Lovers’ on Hotflush Recordings in 2010.
Singer/Songwriter Olivia Broadfield composes and records all her music from the confines of her home studio. At its heart is the Focusrite Saffire PRO 24. Olivia speaks to FocusriteTV about why she loves it so much.
The Focusrite Saffire PRO 24 is the latest in Focusrite’s new generation of FireWire audio interfaces. As with all Focusrite interfaces, Saffire PRO 24 is the best sounding interface in its class, attentively designed with recording musicians and the modern home studio in mind.