(l-r) Phil Wagner, president of Focusrite Novation Inc.; Dean Martin Hovey, founder/creative director,; Ted White, RedNet product specialist; and Shevy Shovlin, Vintage King Audio director of partner marketing
Los Angeles, CA (October 4, 2013)—Focusrite presented a showcase of its RedNet Ethernet-networked interfaces, which are based around Audinate’s Dante audio networking system, at Vintage King Los Angeles (VKLA).

The list of attendees at the event, on Thursday, September 26, 2013, included Chris Lord-Alge, CJ Vanston, Michael Bradford, Dave Reitzas, Herb Tarwick, Al Schmitt, Steve Genewick and Dean Martin Hovey. The daylong event began with individual one-on-one sessions at 10:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m., and 3:00 p.m., followed by a 7:00 p.m. evening mixer. Also in attendance were members of Vintage King’s Los Angeles sales and support staff, as well as personnel from Focusrite.  

“The event was a huge success,” stated Phil Wagner, president of Focusrite Novation Inc. “Vintage King’s Los Angeles facility was the perfect place to hold this event, because of its extensive installation network infrastructure and customer base. The quality time we got to spend with key members of the audio community was an invaluable experience. Everyone at VKLA and Focusrite worked very hard to knock it out of the park, and the results were nothing short of great.” 

“This great event has left us with the multi-DAW composer system running and ready for demonstration at Vintage King Los Angeles" stated Shevy Shovlin, Vintage King's director of partner marketing. "You can see a live system in use, and hear audio being transported in real-time around our showroom and demo studio."

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