Focusrite Remote

Version: 1.3

System: Mac OS X 13 and more

Licence: Freeware

Release: September 16, 2023

Author: Denis Bajram

Focusrite Remote is a very lightweight application whose sole purpose is to more easily control the activation of the inputs on each output of a Focusrite audio interface.

It opens super-fast and has been coded to consume as little CPU as possible. For all more advanced functions, you will of course still have to use the official Focusrite Control program, which is much more CPU intensive, but also much richer in features.

This small application communicates by network protocol with the Focusrite audio interface driver, according to the same principle as the official programs for Mac or iOS. I only tested it on my Scarlett 18i20 3rd generation, so I don't know how well it works with the brand's other products.

I am publishing this application as is, hoping that it will be useful to others. The application has a log window which will allow you to see what is exchanged between the application and the driver, which could help me, in the future, to adapt it more easily to other Focusrite audio interfaces.


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Version 1.3 Mac OS X 13 and more

  •  First public release.

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