Focusrite Control 4+

Ampify Music

    • 2.2 • 91 Ratings
    • Free



Control your monitor mixes and preamp settings wirelessly from wherever you want in your studio. Just install the free iOS App on your iPhone or iPad, make sure you're connected to the same network, and approve the iOS device in the desktop app. Then you'll have complete control of your hardware inputs, software playback, panning, solo and mute as well as the preamp settings on your interface - all from your iOS device!

- Control output levels
- Control software playback levels and panning
- Control hardware input levels and panning
- Control mute and dim
- View input and output metering
- Control preamp features available on your connected Focusrite interface
- Approve devices for control

What’s New

Version 1.0.10

Added Talkback button for 18i20. Tap once to toggle Talkback on or off. Press and hold to latch Talkback on.
New layout to make room for Talkback control.
Minor graphics fixes for notches on new devices.
Removed remote control of alternate monitor switching for 18i20 and 18i8.

Ratings and Reviews

2.2 out of 5
91 Ratings

91 Ratings

Duderian ,

Nice but loses connection when iPhone goes to sleep

If there is a workaround to keep it connected when your iPhone goes to sleep it would be perfect. I see that the developer responses say to go to the website and contact support. I did that about three weeks ago with no reply, so I’m hoping this review will catch somebody’s attention. I noticed another review made the same comment here.

Narchoblaster ,

No Support for iPad? Seriously???

I have never written a review for any app, good or bad. But imagine my bitter surprise when I figured out that Focusrite Control on an iPad can’t control a Scarlett 8i6 plugged into that iPad!!! Seriously? To do a simple thing like turn off direct monitoring, I had to plug the Scarlett into the MacBook (which also makes me wonder what the Monitor volume knob on the Scarlett is for). Why on earth an existing iOS app CAN’T control a Scarlett plugged into the iPad, when the MacOS version of Control CAN control a Scarlett plugged into the MacBook is just sheer laziness on the part of Focusrite. I see it so often: Inde devs perform miraculous updates to their apps on a regular basis, while corporate devs release half-baked apps and never fix their most glaring obvious flaws. So disappointed.

GinoGino ,

Completely Unreliable

Unfortunately, the app will rarely connect with the Mac version to control the Scarlett 6i6 on the iPhone or iPad; and when it does, lists ghost versions of my Interface on the iPad, one showing up even when the device is powered down, but not actually showing any activity or having any control over it, this selection cannot be deleted, even if the app is deleted and re-installed; the other showing up when the device is powered up, working correctly, but with the exact same name as the non-functional selection. Grrrrrr. It has worked, a couple of times, showing its potential.

Focusrite Control for Mac should be added to the App Store, as this software pairing is in obvious need for persistent, focused, and automatic updating.

Developer Response ,


I'm sorry to hear about the problem you're having. So we can investigate this further with you, please contact our support team at .

Best regards,

Eddie Judd // Focusrite Technical Support

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