A COMPACT 8-IN 6-OUT AUDIO INTERFACE FOR THE HARDWARE MUSIC MAKER
Sitting on the desks of more producers than any other, the Scarlett range of audio interfaces means studio quality sound for more music making machines than any other. 8i6, with its dual mic-pres, fixed-line I/O and MIDI, gives you just the right connectivity to easily bring your hardware music making setup into the computer world.
✔ Six balanced line inputs, for connecting synths or other line-level audio, and four balanced outputs, for monitoring and effects sends
✔ Two of the best performing Scarlett mic preamps the range has ever heard – now with Air – for recording vocals
✔ Two high headroom instrument inputs, for plugging your guitar or bass straight in
✔ Loopback, for grabbing a stereo feed of any combination of hardware inputs and software playback, no cables needed, for simple sampling, streaming or podcasting
Dude... people here pay lots of money on plugins to get their gear to sound like that!
Recently got a Focusrite Scarlett 8i6 3rd Gen. I realized panning left in my DAW (Logic Pro X) didn't change anything, and when panning right the signal disappeared Thought it was Logic at first, but I tried in Studio One 4 Prime and the same thing happened Researched, figured it must be my 1/8 to 1/4 adapter...
The picture of the first one is the one you need or should be using. The second picture is Mono.