RedNet AM2’s network capability and power-over-Ethernet feature also provide practical benefits for addressing complex on-location and remote-recording projects in the challenging COVID-19 pandemic environment
Over the last decade The Record Co. (TRC), a Boston-based non-profit community music workspace, has provided affordable, accessible recording and production space and infrastructure for thousands of musicians, engineers and producers. Today TRC is expanding that mission with its new 12,500-square-foot facility, where Focusrite interfaces are enabling anyone to make music and be heard.
The immersive installation in New York City artfully guides visitors through the ecological plight of the planet in the form of 15 Instagram-ready rooms, each with its own dedicated audio distributed and managed by our RedNet A16R interface.
Focusrite Studio Console was a rare machine; only 10 were ever made and they found themselves in the finest studios around the world, discover the recollections of the music made using Focusrite's much-loved recording console.
The podcast network has opened a revolutionary new facility in downtown Brooklyn that puts 13 fully interconnected, state-of-the-art studios in operation, thanks to Focusrite RedNet MP8R and AM2 interfaces
Independent post-production company Pace Pictures has relocated its facilities to Hollywood and adopted an innovative on-demand business model that allows clients to scale services and space up and down according to changing needs.
The College of Music at the University of North Texas recently completed a large installation of RedNet components from Focusrite. A total of 44 RedNet units, which act as interfaces for the Dante™ audio-over-IP network infrastructure.