G-Technology And Focusrite Team To Improve Audio Workflows For Hollywood Studio Experience Center

Using Focusrite’s Red 4Pre, Clarett 4Pre USB and RedNet X2P audio interfaces, G-Technology’s new Hollywood studio is showcasing audio signal paths for different production scenarios.

G-Technology, who builds external storage for the audio, video and photographic markets, built the demonstration venue to demo different production scenarios to the Hollywood production community.

The company is using Focusrite's Red 4Pre 58-In/64-Out Thunderbolt 2 and Pro Tools|HD compatible audio interface; Clarett 4Pre USB 2.0 interface and RedNet X2P 2x2 Dante audio interfaces.

“We intended to build an AV workflow design and testing center so clients could see the products we sell, how they work and how they work together,” said Mike Gitig, a business development executive at G-Technology.

“Workflows can seem simple, but they can get very complicated very quickly. For instance, a production company may be going from 1080p to 4K, and there’s a lot of moving parts to that, including for audio. So, we created an experience center that shows how those complications can be worked through.”

Two key demonstration areas were built. One is a small-suite audio editing studio and a more conventional recording studio. G-Technology is showing its G-SPEED Shuttle with Thunderbolt 3, G-RAID with Thunderbolt 3, G-DRIVE with Thunderbolt 3 and G-DRIVE mobile SSD R-Series.  

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