New RedNet Control software — including Apple M1 compatibility for the Red range — offers more ways to speed up your workflow

We've recently released an update to our RedNet Control software, which offers many additional features and improvements for Red range interfaces and RedNet R1.

Updates to the new M1-compatible driver and new Dante Controller

This important update ensures you're ready to work with the very latest technology — the RedNet Control installer includes:

• RedNet Control application (updated to work on M1 systems using Rosetta)

• A new driver for the Red Range (updated to work on M1 systems natively)

• A new version of Dante Controller (updated to work on M1 systems using Rosetta)

Cue Mixes to multiple output destinations

With up to eight mixes available, you can now send out your mix to more people, making it easier to provide just what they need, and quickly. You can adjust each mix separately if necessary, creating individually tailored mixes for your talent.

Rename Cue mixes

It's now easier to reference, select and adjust your cue mixes, by labelling each mix to match its output. Ensure that you send the right mix to the right person, and quickly see which mix is which.

Channel mapping trim level cross points increased

Now you have all the headroom you need. Up to -18dB offers more flexibility, so you can mix and downmix from Dolby Atmos and more.

Change of behaviour to output mutes

Perfect for post-production and film mixes, you can speed up your workflow with this new feature. Monitor mutes can now be set to act as latching switches, which allows for full hands-on control. Just hit your footswitch and you're set.

Delivering stable driver performance is one of our highest priorities. We want to make sure that we're doing everything we can to give the best customer experience, so you can focus on your creativity.

With a view to being as transparent as possible, we can confirm: RedNet PCIe and RedNet PCIeR will not be compatible with Apple Silicon systems (also known as "M1").

RedNet PCIe and RedNet PCIeR are still compatible with the latest version of macOS for Intel-based systems in addition to Windows 10. Please check the processor type before purchasing any new Mac systems if you are planning to use RedNet PCIe or RedNet PCIeR.


You can install the latest driver by selecting your product in the Downloads section of our website here.