The fast-paced whirlwind of the Foo Fighters’ “Sonic Highways World Tour” has encouraged the professionals behind the sound to be on top of every detail at every venue behind the scenes, but they haven’t had to worry about signal transport and sonic quality, thanks to the integration of several Focusrite RedNet Dante™...
"We spent a morning setting up the equipment and once that was done, it just worked. Since then, the boxes have been locked: every morning when I walk in, they're still on."
"Having heard a bunch of competitors, for me it offered a more detailed presentation that still retained musicality. I think RedNet strikes an excellent balance."
"...when I heard about RedNet, it was great news: finally a company committed to sound quality had invested in the best protocol available."
"I have two RedNet 5s on this system back here, and that allows me to have 64 discrete channels directly into and out of a single HDX card."
Two RedNet 2s are the perfect fit for a custom 27.2 surround sound production at GöteborgsOperan in Gothenburg, Sweden.
When Sands and his design consultants, Ron Lagerlof of Visioneering Design and Andy Potvin from Dolby Laboratories, Inc., learned that Focusrite would shortly begin shipping the RedNet 6 MADI Bridge, they knew they had found that solution, and—sight unseen—ordered and installed one of the first units to be produced.
Acclaimed composer Boyd is using a RedNet 1 analogue I/O and two RedNet PCIe cards on two separate computers to create a self-contained digital ecosystem
DJ/Producer extraordinaire Richie Hawtin employs the power of RedNet for his ENTER. events at Space, Ibiza.
Eight RedNet 1 units offer precision 24-bit A-D and D-A conversion and I/O for bringing in analogue audio signals from the programme's studio and delivering them digitally to any part of the campus' network
Multi-GRAMMY® Award winner Lord-Alge now using Focusrite's RedNet as the sole audio interface between his Pro Tools|HD ™ system and SSL console.
Accomplished keyboardist and home recordist Ken Christian is using 128 channels of RedNet digital I/O to connect his large collection of analogue and digital synths and processors, replacing a maze of wires, patch bays and patch cords.
Recording Engineer Antonio Martino of MASclassica recently used 32 RedNet remote controlled preamps and RedNet A-D / D-A I/O to record Fondazione Teatro La Fenice's performance of Verdi's famous opera 'Otello' at the prestigious Palazzo Ducale Theatre in the heart of Venice.
Two-time Grammy award nominee, Producer/Engineer and Educator, Jay Henry recently specified two RedNet 5 HD interfaces for his course's Pro Tools|HD system, coupled with three RedNet 2 16-channel analogue I/O interfaces for Southwestern College's main recording and satellite mixing rooms.
RedNet 5 HD Bridge provides a simple, reliable interface between the FOH console and the Pro Tools HDX recording rig, while RedNet 3 provides the perfect solution for the church's streaming initiative – all done over the Dante digital audio network
Masahiro Fukuhara describes Japan's first RedNet installation, where he's using RedNet 5s to bridge audio between their live console and Pro Tools|HD.
Focusrite product specialist Adrian Hogg demonstrated the recording of a full live band performance using a range of RedNet devices across the studio's existing network.
Systems Engineer Philip Reynolds incorporates RedNet 1 and 4 into his front-of-house rig for The Killers' world tour.
The University of Derby's Arts, Design and Technology departments are home to a complete sound studio complex that has recently been completely refurbished and re-equipped – and includes the world's first Focusrite RedNet installation.
The first official installation of a RedNet system within the US occurred in January, 2013, at Northwestern Michigan College (NMC), located in Traverse City, Michigan. They took delivery of one RedNet 2, two RedNet 4's, and a PCIe card, to be used as part of their Audio Technology program.
Before RedNet, Matthew Weiner used to haul large multi-core cables and mixing desks to and from his live recording gigs. Now, all he needs is his RedNet rack, a slimline Cat-6 cable reel and his laptop.