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Music Events (more headlines) 02-26-2014

Focusrite Holds Day Of RedNet Showcases At Vintage King Audio Nashville MixRoom™

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Nashville audio community attends demos of Focusrite’s range of modular Ethernet-networked audio interfaces

Los Angeles, CA, February 25, 2014 – On Thursday, February 20, 2014, leading audio manufacturer Focusrite showcased 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. Highly regarded by the Vintage King staff, the RedNet units, based around the industry-standard low-latency Dante® audio networking system, are now a permanent component of Vintage King Nashville’s audio setup and will be the subject of ongoing demonstrations.

Demos took place throughout the afternoon, followed by an evening social mixer. Demonstrating RedNet’s exceptional-sounding audiophile design, attendees were able to experience firsthand how RedNet can enhance their production workflow. RedNet Product Specialist Ted White, Focusrite President Phil Wagner and Vintage King staff were on hand throughout the day.

Chad Evans, Vintage King Nashville Sales Rep, stated, "Vintage King Nashville is very excited about the overwhelming turnout for our RedNet demo event. The Nashville audio community came out in full force and was treated to a hands-on demo of the latest in RedNet’s cutting-edge technology. We thank Focusrite personnel for making the trip, and we look forward to working with them on a continuing basis.”

Phil Wagner stated, “This event was a huge success. Based on our highly successful RedNet event at Vintage King Audio Los Angeles last fall, we decided to expand our reach to Nashville with a similar showcase. With the thriving audio production community in Nashville, we look forward to an ongoing relationship with Nashville’s top talents – the seeds of which were planted at this event.”


Photo Caption 1: Pictured L-R: Chad Evans, Vintage King Nashville Sales Rep; Sarah Miller, Vintage King Nashville Events Coordinator; Mark Ellis, Vintage King Nashville Sales Support Specialist; Ted White, Focusrite RedNet Product Specialist; and Phil Wagner, Focusrite President.

Photo Caption 2: Leading members of Nashville’s audio community gathered at Vintage King Audio Nashville for a showcase of Focusrite’s RedNet range of products on February 20, 2014.

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