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Old April 28th, 2012, 03:27 AM   #2 (permalink)
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As with most other interfaces (and here's the actual quote from Scarlett 2i2 Manual):
"Scarlett 2i2 has no “Mic/line” switch – the Focusrite preamplifier stage is automatically configured for a microphone when you plug an XLR into the input, and for a line or instrument when you connect a jack plug."
So, to dumb it down - plug the bass into GAP, then spread the cable from GAP to Scarlett (on GAP it doesn't matter whether you use XLR or TRS jack, but the end that goes to Scarlett MUST be a TRS jack), and that's about it, this way preamp on the Scarlett won't be engaged.

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