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Scarlett: Never stop creating

Celebrating the heart of Scarlett — its people

Scarlett is known as the interface of the people — Scarlett interfaces have found their way into millions of home and professional studios and have enabled musicians, songwriters, and producers to record, mix and play back audio worldwide. Scarlett is easy to use and is backed by Focusrite’s unparalleled customer experience and know-how — it’s a force to be reckoned with. 

What really makes Scarlett a success, though, is the people that use it. We have always believed that we should enable musicians to never stop creating – and we’ve seen our community continue to produce world-class recordings, while never failing to surprise and delight us with the quality and diversity of the music they produce.

Never Stop Creating — watch the video here

Celebrating Community  

Who uses Scarlett, and what do they use it for? The sheer diversity of both the practical uses of the Scarlett range and the people using Scarlett interfaces is incredible. We really want to celebrate our users and share their stories with the wider community, so every week we’ll spotlight a different artist and share their stories, experiences, and tips with you.

The Amazons

The Amazons

The Amazons are a four-piece British rock band signed to Fiction Records, and Island Records in the US. In 2017, Their self-titled debut album, shot straight into the UK Top 10 and was the highest-charting rock debut album in the UK for three years running. Today, as well as having the official walkout song for their hometown club of Reading FC with the track ‘Black Magic’, The Amazons are headlining festivals and selling out tours across the globe.

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Discover Scarlett

Thanks to all the millions of people who have made Scarlett what it is today, the Scarlett range has taken the world by storm — and helped more musicians share their music in studio quality than any other interface in history.

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