Will an OctoPre dynamic work with a Saffire Pro 40?

The OctoPre hooked right up and is a perfect match for my stand-alone Alesis HR24XR hard disk recorder. As would be expected, it also worked flawlessly connected to the Saffire as well as to my RME and PreSonus audio interfaces.

Will an OctoPre dynamic work with a Saffire Pro 40?

The OctoPre hooked right up and is a perfect match for my stand-alone Alesis HR24XR hard disk recorder. As would be expected, it also worked flawlessly connected to the Saffire as well as to my RME and PreSonus audio interfaces.

Is OctoPre an interface?

The Scarlett OctoPre Dynamic from Focusrite is an eight-channel preamp and interface suitable for expanding the input array of any studio, and also, for use on stage. Connections are secured via eight combination inputs, each one giving you jacks that accept 1/4″ and XLR cables.

How do I connect my OctoPre to my focusrite?

Connect the OctoPre to the digital device via ADAT and connect a BNC cable (from the receiving device or any other device in the digital chain) to the Word Clock input (also ensuring the sample rates on both devices are matched).

How do you connect Focusrite Scarlett OctoPre?

Connect the OctoPre to the receiving digital device via the OPTICAL OUT port(s) and connect a BNC cable from the digital system’s master word clock to the OctoPre’s WORD CLOCK IN connector (also ensuring that the sample rates on all devices match). On the OctoPre, SYNC should be set to WORD and the LED will illuminate.

How many channels does the Focusrite octopre MkII dynamic have?

Follow this product to see new listings in your Feed! The Focusrite OctoPre MkII Dynamic is an 8-channel preamp with compressors on every channel and 24-bit/96kHz digital outputs to make use of the ADAT optical ports on your interface.

What makes the octopre MkII dynamic so special?

The Octopre MkII Dynamic has another string to its bow: you get eight ‘one‑knob’ compressor‑limiters, partly based on Focusrite’s revered Red 3 VCA design — the decidely ‘pro’ Red series pre-dates even the Green range.

What’s the difference between the octopre MKII and the Saffire?

The mic amps are identical to those in the basic MkII and the Saffire range, with the emphasis on neutrality and transparency, which seems a sensible choice for such a product. Both models are housed in a 1U rackmount chassis, with all I/O on the rear panels apart from the Octopre MkII’s pair of ‘combi’ jack/XLR sockets on the front.

Are Focusrite mic preamps any good?

Focusrite have revamped, updated and rationalised their eight‑channel mic preamps with these models, and while there are cheaper alternatives available, the Focusrite brand, in my opinion, still offers the optimum balance of price/performance for the budget‑conscious home‑studio owner.