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Please see below a run-down of Focusrite product compatiblity with Mavericks as it currently stands: Saffire firewire range Works with Mavericks? YES Points of note : Currently no known issues...
Please see below a run-down of Focusrite product compatiblity with Apple OS Yosemite as it currently stands: Saffire firewire range Works with Yosemite? YES Points of note : Please download and...
Many new users become confused when they start recording and find that their Vocal or other signal from one microphone is placed only on the left in their headphones or speakers. The common question...
The following DAWs are supported for use with the RedNet PCIe card: Pro Tools 9 Pro Tools 10 Pro Tools 11 Logic Pro 9 Cubase 6 Cubase 7 Nuendo 6 Use of the RedNet PCIe card with any other DAW is not...
The analogue line-level inputs and outputs on the Rednet 1 & 2 are made via back panel mounted 25-pin D connectors. The pin connections used follow the AES59 "DigitalCombined I/O" convention...
The No More Flows error in Dante Controller is commonly caused by people using Static IP Addresses and trying to route between Dante Virtual Soundcard and RedNet devices. It can also happen if you...
On the RedNet 3, when in AES/SPDIF mode, then the first bank of ADAT channels are taken replaced with AES/SPDIF. However, when using SPDIF, only first pair (channels 1/2) are taken up, and the rest...
RedNet Control can do block routing based on the amount of Input/Output channels of a given device. This is great for quick routing, which is fine in most situations. But sometimes you may wish to...
Dante makes use of standard Voice over IP (VoIP) protocols and utilises Quality of Service (QoS) switch features, to prioritize clock sync and audio traffic over other network traffic. VoIP QoS...
The Rednet 3 provides a maximum of 32 digital inputs and outputs using the following connections and protocols: - 32 channels of ADAT optical inputs and outputs (16 I/O at 192kHz) via 16 Toslink...
There are two ways to connect a Rednet system to your computer: the Rednet PCIe card, or using Dante Virtual Soundcard (DVS). Rednet PCIe Card Connecting Rednet to a computer via the Rednet PCIe card...
Dante™ is a digital audio networking technology developed by Australian company Audinate, and it sits at the heart of all of our RedNet interfaces. Dante uses standard IP-based networking and...
If using the Rednet PCIe card, the maximum channel count is 128 inputs x 128 outputs from 44.1kHz to 96kHz, and 64 inputs x 64 outputs at 192kHz. If using the Dante Virtual Soundcard (DVS), the...
Using the Rednet PCIe card, it is possible to achieve a round trip latency figure of less than 3ms at all sample rates, assuming a DAW buffer size of 32 samples or less. The latency performance using...
Rednet supports the use of CAT5 network cables, but we would recommend using CAT6 cabling wherever possible, as the better shielding and crosstalk performance should lead to a more robust network...