Los Angeles, CA, January 20, 2014 — M3 (Music Mix Mobile) is an acclaimed New Jersey/California-based remote facilities company combining the talents of award-winning production professionals and state-of-the-art audio solutions. The firm has recently expanded the setup in their mobile broadcast mix trucks with the addition of a RedNet 6 MADI Bridge from Focusrite. RedNet is Focusrite’s acclaimed range of Ethernet-networked audio interfaces, based around the industry-standard Dante™ Ethernet audio networking system.
The professionals of the acclaimed M3 firm have been awarded top industry honors, including EMMY Awards, for their work on some of the nation’s most high-profile entertainment events: the GRAMMY® Awards, The Latin GRAMMY®s, Beyoncé and Jay-Z On the Run Live from Paris, VH1 Storytellers, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, The Colbert Report, the CMA Awards and others. M3 offers superior audio solutions for capture and broadcast which transcend industry standards and continue to exceed their customers’ expectations, using state-of-the-art equipment and modern design philosophies. The RedNet 6 has been added to their equipment arsenal based on its ability to provide a flawless bridge between any Dante-enabled network and M3’s MADI-based multi-channel audio system workflow.
Joel Singer, M3 Engineer-in-Charge, stated, “In what we are doing now, connectivity options are the name of the game – what is asked of us from gig to gig can vary greatly, and it’s on us to have the right tools for the job. Dante is clearly becoming an industry standard among many professionals and facilities. With the RedNet 6 MADI interface, we are very comfortable converting a Dante signal into something that we’re more familiar with, and vice versa. It’s a flawless, all-in-one tool.”
Phil Wagner, President of Focusrite Novation Inc., stated, "M3 is the preeminent mobile broadcast mix company, responsible for capturing and mixing the audio for a high percentage of high-profile events, and we are thrilled that they have added RedNet 6 to their workflow. RedNet provides professionals with the appropriate solutions, and it is satisfying for RedNet to get the stamp of approval from M3.”
About RedNet 6
Providing a bridge between any Dante IP audio network and MADI/AES10 audio formats, RedNet 6 supports up to 64 channels of either coaxial or optical MADI interfaces and features a sample rate convertor on each input and output. This allows the user to interface between MADI and Dante irrespective of the sample rate that either system is operating. Featuring external word clock in and out, RedNet 6 allows the user to slave either Dante systems or MADI streams to an external clock and supports up to 64 channels of digital audio I/O at sample rates of 44.1/48kHz, 32 channels at 96kHz or 16 channels at 192kHz. RedNet 6 is the perfect solution for connecting any Dante system to MADI based devices including mixing consoles, interfaces, computer cards, convertors and more - allowing you to integrate and extend your Dante or MADI setups seamlessly.
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Photo Caption: M3 Engineer-in-Charge Joel Singer, pictured with the RedNet 6 and the M3 Eclipse broadcast truck.
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