Focusrite Audio Engineering has pioneered professional audio recording technology spanning almost three decades. Focusrite, the company’s professional and commercial division, meets the demands of recording, post-production, live sound and broadcast professionals. It consists of RedNet, a fully modular audio-over-IP solution, and the Red range, Focusrite’s flagship multi-format interfaces, along with the heritage ISA range of microphone preamplifiers and analogue signal processors. The solutions have been developed to meet the needs of the most demanding applications through a relentless focus on ease of use, quality and reliability.
Studio quality sound meets digital audio networking
Leveraging the flexibility of Dante™, Focusrite’s RedNet range delivers a modular approach to building up your audio solution, whether for Post Production, Broadcast, Live Sound or the Recording Studio. The range includes our finest remote-controlled mic pres, best conversion and a wide selection of PC interfacing options.
Dante audio networking
The power and flexibility of Dante is harnessed to build an extremely scalable, modular audio system that is compatible with any other Dante-enabled device.
Some devices feature dual power supplies and dual network connections allowing for silent fail-over in the event of power or network outage, providing peace of mind.
A wide range of connectivity options are available, including analogue, MADI, AES3, Mac, Windows, Pro Tools | HD and of course other Dante products.
RedNet interfaces offer a selection of dedicated audio-over-IP interfaces including MADI, AES3, analogue, remote mic pres, and include options for redundant power supplies and network connections. Red interfaces offer an all-in-one audio solution including 32×32 of Dante I/O combined with Pro Tools | HD™ connectivity and the latest Thunderbolt interfacing technology.
Use existing infrastructure
All of our audio-over-IP devices are compatible with a standard layer-3 IP network; in fact it’s likely that nearly every facility already has a compatible infrastructure. Just add Ethernet cable and a network switch to build up your audio network