The Focusrite Pro Podcast brings you insights into the cutting edge technology behind current audio trends. Focusrite Pro 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. The solutions have been developed to meet the needs of the most demanding applications through a relentless focus on ease of use, quality and reliability.
On this episode, which was recorded at the AES show in New York, Ted and Dan are joined by Agnieszka Roginska, 2020 president of the Audio Engineering Society and Professor in Music Technology at NYU. They discuss applied research for mission critical applications, NYU’s research project that has microphones spread throughout New York City to identify specific noise pollution causes, Music informatics, and a whole lot more! Previous episodes mentioned: Teaching Audio Production on the High School Level with Mark BeckettHistorical Audio Restoration with Nadja Wallaszkovits, 2019's AES PresidentHenszey Sound's New Dolby Atmos Room
On this episode, Dan is joined by Rob Burrell, multi-grammy winning mix engineer. They discuss creating a palette for each artist Rob works with, being a hybrid analog / digital engineer, mentoring the new generation of audio engineers, building an Atmos room, and a whole lot more! Previous episodes mentioned:The Engineer Behind Live From Daryl's House, Peter MoshayHenszey Sound's New Dolby Atmos Room
This episode was recorded at the AES show in New York, Ted and Dan are joined by Mark Beckett who is the music & entertainment production technology teacher at New Jersey’s Essex County Schools of Technology. We’ll discuss teaching audio technology on the high school level, convincing parents that there are viable careers in audio, a sound that made Cardi B sick, and a whole lot more.
We get to speak with a lot of really great guests on this podcast but for Ted and myself, this episode was extremely fascinating. The work the Nadja is doing and has done is not only important but also very interesting. This episode was recorded at the AES show in New York. Ted and I are joined by Nadja Wallaszkovits who is an expert in historical audio restoration and is the 2019 president of the Audio Engineering Society. We’ll discuss her early career experience of recording everything from trash metal to classical music, why it’s important to be engaged with AES, the transfer and safeguarding of Oskar Sala’s collection of audio.We mention the previous episode with Colleen Harper in this show.
This episode was recorded live from the AES show in New York, Ted and I are joined by our friend, Peter Moshay, who is the engineer for Live from Darryl’s House. We’ll be discussing challenges with getting started with an audio career, developing and then being comfortable with your own sound, the importance of seeking out new music every day, and a whole lot more.
On this episode, which was recorded live from the AES show in New York, Ted and I are joined by Colleen Harper, Executive Director of AES. We’ll discuss this year’s AES show, the changes that have been made in the last year, what the future of AES looks like, and a whole lot more. Join our conversation on social media @focusriteproLearn more about Focusrite Pro by visiting our website at www.pro.focusrite.com
This episode was recorded live from the AES show in New York. We’re joined by Tim Carroll, CEO of Focusrite PLC, and Dave Hetrick, President of ADAM Audio USA. We discuss the history of both Focusrite and ADAM Audio, what the recent acquisition of ADAM Audio by the Focusrite Group means to both brands a whole lot more.
On this episode, Dan Hughley and Ted White are joined by Bruce Somers, owner of Undercurrent Studios and SIR Inc., a managed service provider. We'll discuss analog vs. digital, being both an IT and audio professional, we'll use fax machines as a metaphor for technology, and a whole lot more.
On this special bonus episode of the show we’re recording live from Sony Pictures during the Mix Sound for Film and TV event. On the show today, Ted White and Rich Nevens talk to Ron Romano, Technology Specialist at Belmont University in Nashville. They’ll discuss bridging the gap between networking and pro audio, switching your studio between 5.1 and stereo between sessions, the new virtual patch bay and a whole lot more.
On the show today Dan Hughley is joined by Dave Rieley, national sales manager for Focusrite Pro, and David Henszey, owner of Henszey sound. They'll discuss Getting certified for Dolby Atmos, Mixing EDM, Jazz and Feature films in Atmos, analog vs. digital and a whole lot more.
On this episode, Ted White and Dan Hughley of Focusrite Pro are joined by Michael Gitig of G-Technology. They discuss the lifespan of hard drives, storage solutions for all types of creatives including photography, post production, game & motion graphics, and a whole lot more.
On this episode, Dan Hughley is joined by Chris Curran of the Podcast Engineering School and Show as well as Fractal Recording. They discuss getting started with your podcast, mic choice & technique, the challenge of working with remote clients, and a whole lot more.
On this episode, Rich Nevens and Will Hoult of Focusrite Pro are joined by David Gould of Dolby. They'll be discussing Atmos, mixing and monitoring in 5.1.2, speakers, sound bars, and a whole lot more.
On this bonus episode of The Focusrite Pro Podcast Dan Hughley is joined by Rock Felder and Zach Moreno of Squadcast at the 2019 NAB show in Las Vegas. They discuss recording high resolution podcast interviews with the company that Zach and Rock started, Squadcast, and a whole lot more. For more information, visit focusrite.com/podcasters.
Dave Rieley and Will Hoult of the Focusrite Pro team are joined by Chris Sheppard and Steve Weeder of American Mobile. Chis and Steve are on their way to set up for Coachella and Stage Coach immediately following the recording of this episode, which was recorded from the NAB show in Las Vegas.
On this episode of the podcast, Dan Hughley is joined by The Podcast Planner herself, Addy Saucedo. They discuss content creators in general along with information about podcasting, the false information you find online about podcasting, a special promo code for Simplecast, and a whole lot more. For more information please visit focusrite.com/podcasters.
On this episode, Kurt Howell is joined by Scott Wynne of the Aspen Music Festival and Appalachian State University. They discuss the logistics of holding a music festival with only interns as staff, changing from an orchestra to a rock band in 11 minutes thanks to the presets of RedNet, Appalachian State University, and a whole lot more.
On this episode of the Focusrite Pro Podcast Dan Hughley, Ted White, Matt Pliskin, and Kurt Howell sit down at the 2019 NAB Show in Las Vegas to discuss Focusrite Pro, Audio over IP, the future of professional audio and a whole lot more.