It’s 72andSunny for Focusrite

California-based MW Audio Visual, Inc. has sold, designed and installed three new audio mixing and editing suites, two of which feature Focusrite RedNet Dante network interfaces, for creative company 72andSunny’s Los Angeles office.
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Los Angeles, CA (February 11, 2016)—California-based MW Audio Visual, Inc. has sold, designed and installed three new audio mixing and editing suites, two of which feature Focusrite RedNet Dante network interfaces, for creative company 72andSunny’s Los Angeles office.

Cited by Fast Company as one its Most Innovative Companies of 2015, 72andSunny’s clients include Google, Samsung and Activision. The company’s workflow makes use of the connectivity provided by the two RedNet 4 eight-channel mic preamps and RedNet 5 Pro Tools HD Bridge interfaces in its creative suites.

“The moment we completed the edit bays, work began for ESPN, Starbucks, Samsung and other major clients,” said Michael Warren, president of MW Audio Visual, which also built 13 new uncompressed 4K video editing suites at the facility.

One of the new audio suites is a full cinema post-production and mixing studio, featuring a JBL 4722 cinema monitoring system and a Panasonic Laser projector. A second studio, used for recording and mixing, uses the same Avid S6 console and Pro Tools HDX system as the cinema studio. Flanking the suites are two voiceover booths.

“The client wanted to be able to route any audio from either studio or either booth to any other location, instantly,” Warren explains. “There is a RedNet 5 in the console rack in each studio and a RedNet 4 in each V.O. booth, with a digital snake attached to the DB25 inputs of the RedNet 4 units. These are also connected, via shielded Cat-6 cabling, to Cisco switches that we have in each control room, V.O. booth and rack. So we can matrix the audio from anywhere to anywhere, through the RedNet units.”

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