Focusrite’s acclaimed range of modular Ethernet-networked audio interfaces will be displayed and demonstrated on Thursday, February 20, at Vintage King Audio Nashville
Based on its audio quality and Vintage King’s comprehensive Ethernet infrastructure, Vintage King Audio Nashville installs permanent system for client demonstration
Los Angeles, CA, February 18, 2014 – On Thursday, February 20, 2014, leading audio manufacturer Focusrite will showcase its acclaimed RedNet range of products at the Vintage King Audio Nashville MixRoom™ (which employs the Carl Tatz Design™ MixRoom concept), a recent recipient of a TEC Award for outstanding creative achievement in the Studio Design Project category. RedNet Ethernet-networked interfaces are based around the industry-standard low-latency Audinate Dante® audio networking system. Demonstrating RedNet’s exceptional sounding audiophile design, and taking advantage of Vintage King Nashville’s extensive installation network, attendees will be able to experience firsthand how RedNet can enhance their production workflow at this special event. Highly regarded by the Vintage King staff, the RedNet units are now a permanent component of Vintage King Nashville’s audio setup and will be the subject of ongoing demonstrations in the future.
Demos will take place from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m., followed by a 6:00 p.m. evening mixer. RedNet Product Specialist Ted White, Focusrite President Phil Wagner and Vintage King staff will be on hand throughout the day. Demos are limited availability and are on a first-come-first-served basis. Demo attendees will be entered to win a Focusrite Forte USB Audio Interface (featuring RedNet mic pre’s). Seating is limited and by invitation only; please contact Vintage King to request seating/RSVP, or visit http://bit.ly/1lBn1GJ. Vintage King Audio Nashville is located at 2826 Dogwood Place, Nashville, TN 37204.
Chad Evans, Vintage King Nashville Sales Rep, stated, “Vintage King Nashville is excited to have Focusrite in house to demonstrate and educate the Nashville recording community on their RedNet series of interfaces. RedNet offers amazing possibilities for projects ranging from pro-level home studios to multi-room commercial facilities, and from what I’ve heard, we have a few of those in Nashville.”
Phil Wagner, President of Focusrite Novation Inc., stated, “Based on our highly successful RedNet event at Vintage King Audio Los Angeles last fall, we decided to expand our reach to the Nashville market with a similar showcase. With the thriving audio production community in Nashville, we anticipate a very high level of interest and are looking forward to interacting with Nashville’s top talents.”