Expanding upon its status as a worldwide thought leader in Audio-over-IP and related technologies, Focusrite Pro (booth 7347) has recently launched a new podcast series. With a new episode released twice a month, “The Focusrite Pro Podcast” focuses on Focusrite Pro products, case studies, user stories, interviews with industry leaders, discussions amongst Focusrite Pro teams, and more.
The podcast is hosted by Simplecast and is available on the Focusrite Pro website as well as through conventional podcast distributors (Google, iTunes, Spotify, etc.). An interview-style program, the show features different hosts from the Focusrite Pro team, depending on the topics and their particular areas of expertise. Guests include audio and IT professionals from the markets that Focusrite serves, editors of publications, industry peers, and even Focusrite employees talking amongst themselves. Produced entirely in-house, the podcast employs key Focusrite gear used in the production process, including the RedNet X2P 2x2 Dante™ audio interface.
Dan Hughley, Focusrite Marketing Manager, serves as Executive Producer of the show. He remarks, “Focusrite is looking to draw upon our expertise as thought leaders in the Audio-over-IP space with this podcast. We want a way to interact with clients and potential clients surrounding the technology and solutions we provide, and this podcast has been designed to suit that need.”
For further information, head to http://pro.focusrite.com
About Focusrite Pro
Focusrite Audio Engineering has pioneered professional audio recording technology spanning almost three decades. Focusrite Pro, 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. Focusrite Pro products have been developed to meet the needs of the most demanding applications through a relentless focus on ease of use, quality and reliability. Focusrite is based in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, with offices in Los Angeles and Hong Kong.Come on the FREE COURSE TOUR
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