Focusrite Has Strong Presence at AES135
Multiple Grammy® Award-winner Chris Lord-Alge is the latest mixer/producer to embrace RedNet
Focusrite has a full itinerary of events at the 135th AES Convention in New York, spotlighting their RedNet product line, their acclaimed range of Ethernet-networked audio interfaces based around the industry-standard Audinate Dante® Ethernet audio networking system. Convention attendees will experience RedNet first hand and see why RedNet units are becoming the go-to network interface for recording, house-of-worship, live sound and education market sectors.
At the Focusrite booth, attendees can see the full range of RedNet interfaces up close and in action – showcasing RedNet’s seamless interoperability with Pro Tools|HDX, MADI, and other Dante-enabled products. Focusrite product specialists will be on hand, demonstrating RedNet’s functionality and flexibility using simple, cost effective Ethernet technology.
Additionally, Focusrite will be holding a series of in-depth RedNet demonstrations in its private Audio Demo Room, where attendees can hear RedNet’s superior sound quality first hand. Sponsored by Focusrite and GC Pro, this showroom will feature a state-of-the-art recording/playback environment featuring the following cutting edge components: RedNet Audio I/O, Ocean Way AS1 Monitors, and the new Slate Digital RAVEN MTX/MTi Multi-Touch Production Console. This exclusive and quiet demo room is located away from the convention floor for optimal listening. Allen Sides, a GRAMMY® Award-winning producer, engineer and mixer, and who founded Ocean Way Recording, will lead the demonstrations. Attendees may even bring their own Pro Tools files to play back!
Focusrite is also serving as a proud sponsor of two key events at the convention: the AES Project Studio Expo and the Networked Audio Track. The Project Studio Expo, created in partnership with Sound On Sound, brings the latest tools, techniques, and experts together for professional training on topics ranging from acoustics in small spaces to microphone placement, mixing, and mastering. The Networked Audio Track is a set of presentations, tutorials and papers offering a comprehensive examination of the ongoing fundamental shift in networked audio.
In addition, Multiple Grammy Award-winner Chris Lord-Alge is the latest mixer/producer to embrace RedNet as part of his studio setup. Chris will be at the Focusrite booth (#2930) throughout the show playing back recent mixes he did using RedNet.
To learn more about RedNet and other new installations, head to www.focusrite.com/rednet.