Focusrite is demonstrating its entire product range at its exhibition booth, #632, at AES New York, coming up October 17-19, 2018. Displays are highlighting key target customers for whom Focusrite products are paramount, including podcasters, studio owners, musicians and more. These solutions include Scarlett, Clarett, and OctoPre interfaces from the Focusrite brand, as well as Red and RedNet ranges of modular AoIP interfaces, which together make up the Focusrite Pro division.

A dedication to designing and manufacturing class-leading audio interfaces for every music and audio production sector has positioned Focusrite as the number-one interface brand in the world. Behind their commitment to being The Interface Company stands over 30 years of experience in creating the highest-quality audio products for every creative mind, from budding songwriter to commercial producer.

Focusrite interfaces share four common principles: the best-sounding audio experience, the most flexible workflows, the greatest reliability, and the highest build quality in their class. Focusrite audio products are designed to be an invisible part of the creative process. The goal is for users to hear their sound, uninterrupted, reliably, day in, day out.

Benefiting the attendees from the neighboring NAB show, as well as the high volume of broadcast attendees at AES, Focusrite Pro will be presenting setups engineered to improve the workflow of the Broadcast community, while showing the benefits of a Dante™-enabled modular system to Educators and Engineers.

Studio owners, guitarists, singer-songwriters and podcasters can experience tailor-made setups at the Focusrite booth that demonstrate how the I/O options, sound and build quality, intuitive operation, reliability, and best-in-class performance of Focusrite interfaces will help these customers capture their best sound and performance.

Product and system specialists from both Focusrite and Focusrite Pro will be on hand to aid show attendees in finding which interface fits their needs, regardless of whether they are just starting out or a seasoned professional.