In Focusrite’s latest video series, they’re joined by sound editor and re-recording mixer Leslie Gaston-Bird, who explains how she uses RedNet R1 to streamline her Dolby Atmos workflow and details some of RedNet R1’s many useful features.
From the basics of Audio over IP networks to solutions for your home studio, Dante has shown us new and exciting ways that technology is changing our craft, in addition to things that we may have been doing the old way for a bit too long. But what about something more significant? How can Dante and Focusrite help you be creative on an even bigger scale?
Today we’re taking a deeper dive into how some of the benefits of using a Dante-based system can be tailored to your specific needs by expansion. We’ll also show you some examples of what is possible with a Focusrite Dante setup that you might not have known about before.
If you’re like the rest of us, you’ve probably set up at least one studio in your life. From cabling to hanging sound treatment, we’ve done it all. For years this has meant running cables to each piece of gear (maybe even more than once), one after the other until the job is done and we have worked all the problems out. The telecommunications industry had a similar challenge when cabling up huge switchboards and patch panels.
RedNet R1 is a versatile studio-grade desktop remote controller for Focusrite Red audio interfaces that helps you perfect your workflow. When combined with a Red interface, RedNet R1 gives you complete control of your monitor selection, source selection, and offers Dante, Pro Tools | HD and Thunderbolt connectivity. The RedNet R1 can be used to manage remote-controllable mic preamps on your Focusrite Red interfaces, so that you can keep your interface in the rack and declutter your desktop.
Focusrite Pro has just announced new items to their powerful RED and RedNet series – explore them below!