Mexico’s Cinematic Media Chooses Focusrite RedNet Interfaces 

Cinematic Media, a new Mexican post production facility, has chosen Focusrite Red and RedNet interfaces to link its six audio mixing rooms.

Propelled by Netflix’s increase in content from Mexico, Cinematic Media’s new post-production facility, part of GGM Estudios, is located just north of Mexico City.

When completed by the end of 2019, the facility will house eight stages/cutting rooms — all certified for the Dolby Atmos broadcast immersive-audio format. Focusrite’s RedNet range of Dante-networked audio converters and interfaces will be used to keep the workflow managed.

When finished, the audio studios will have a complement of six RedNet HD32R 32-channel HD Dante network bridges (one per stage), 22 Red 4Pre 58-In/64-Out Thunderbolt 2 and Pro Tools|HD compatible audio interfaces (three per stage plus edit suites), six RedNet AM2 stereo audio monitoring units and six RedNet X2P 2x2 Dante audio interfaces.

A speedy workflow was especially important to Cinematic Media because mixes will have to be transported to outsourced mixing stages temporarily while the new ones are being built. The RedNet interfaces let the company meet deadlines. 

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