Focusrite was chosen for its second-generation Scarlett range of USB audio interfaces
The Vancouver-based radio stations have been using Focusrite’s Red 4Pre 58-In/64-Out interface, along with a RedNet AM2 stereo audio monitoring unit.
Remote production company American Mobile has expanded its arsenal with Focusrite’s RedNet audio converters and interfaces.
The three new offerings feature specially designed low-noise (-128dB EIN) mic pres with a low distortion, ultra-linear design that aims to provide a clean, open and transparent sound.
Comprised of software that together would cost $99, Session Bundle consists of three soft synths for music-makers: Lounge Lizard Session 4, Strum Session 2 and Ultra Analog Session 2.
Jann has a large amount of industry experience, having previously held sales management positions at Audio-Technica and InMusic.
Demoing on the night will be brands such as Audient, Augspurger, Dramastic, Quested, Sony, DPA, RME, Focusrite, PMC and Lauten (among others TBC).
New division is “dedicated to removing creative and technical barriers by improving the workflows of audio professionals with scalable audio solutions that meet both their current and future requirements”.
New interface features two Red Evolution mic pre’s, stereo line outs and a stereo headphone amplifier, allowing quick I/O and monitoring expansion of Focusrite RedNet or other Dante systems.
New unit, which offers Pro Tools and dual Thunderbolt 3 support, features ultra-low latency A-D/D-A conversion, up to 121dB dynamic range and expansion over Ethernet for networked audio.
Group of re-recording mixers and sound designers recently turned to Focusrite’s RedNet interfaces to bring increased efficiency to their expanding campus of facilities.
Taking place at London Excel, Amplify will bring the music industry together under one roof to offer a unique programme of workshops, talks and one-on-ones.
Three-time Grammy winning producer – who owns his own studio space in LA – turned to Red 8Pre to achieve a streamlined, simplified network infrastructure.
Matthew Weiner explains why he believes the company's new flagship eight-preamp interface could be considered a potential "category killer."
Owners of a product from the range of Thunderbolt interfaces are being offered deals on software from the Boston-based company.
New units, which feature 49 different DSP driven EQ presets, will be available at the end of July.
Video tutorial site for teaching music production newcomers the art of recording instruments of all kinds on their Mac or PC is now up and running.
This year's conference will be held at the University of Westminster’s Regent Street Campus in September.
Former Avid director Rich Nevens will lead the new division, which consists of RedNet, Red interfaces and the ISA range of products.