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Focusrite Launches Pro Division for Broadcast Audio Professionals

Focusrite has launched its new Focusrite Pro division, formed to serve the specific needs of broadcast audio professionals.

At NAB, Focusrite said the new Pro division currently oversees three product ranges — the Red multi-format audio interfaces, RedNet modular audio-over-IP solutions and ISA microphone preamplifiers and analog signal processors.

Focusrite currently maintains four brands: Focusrite, Focusrite Pro, Novation and Ampify. The Focusrite Pro division is led by Richard Nevens, vice president of global sales.

“Focusrite Pro seeks to engage with professional audio clients, both pre- and post-sale, as they transition their workflows and facilities to an audio-over-IP infrastructure. Dante technology provides capabilities and a level of flexibility not previously available, and Focusrite is the leading provider of this technology throughout this significant industry transition,” Nevens said.

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