Get 30% off a new Focusrite Red 4Pre when you trade in your old interface!

Get 30% off a new Focusrite Red 4Pre when you trade in your old interface!

If you’ve been holding out on upgrading to Focusrite’s Red 4Pre, a new time-limited promotion might just be the thing to spur you into action. Because you can now get a huge 30% off their flagship audio interface when you trade in your old one!

Swap any interface with eight or more inputs and/or outputs, be it from Focusrite or any other manufacturer, for a discount on the Focusrite 4Pre. You’ll have to be quick though – the promotion only runs until 30th April 2018, so give us a call today to take advantage of this awesome offer.

About the Focusrite Red 4Pre

The Focusrite Red 4Pre is a 58-in/64-out audio interface with Focusrite’s highest quality, digitally-controlled AIR mic preamps and connectivity for Thunderbolt, Dante and mini-Digilink. This allows the Red 4Pre to be directly connected to a Pro Tools HDX or HD|Native card as a Pro Tools interface. The Red 4Pre offers full 192kHz/24-bit operation and an exceptionally low round-trip latency.

Dual Thunderbolt 2 ports allow daisy-chaining of additional components such as hard drives and displays. The Red 4Pre is network audio-enabled right out of the box, with dual Ethernet ports for Dante audio-over-IP networking, letting you expand your recording capability over Ethernet for up to 64 additional channels anywhere on your network, with low latency – and lower cost. Additional Red or other Dante-compatible components can be connected to the Ethernet ports of the Red 4Pre to provide additional input and output channels, irrespective of the interface used to drive the Red 4Pre.

Find out more about the Focusrite Red 4Pre here.

Those all important Ts and Cs

– Promotional pricing applies to the Red 4Pre only when trading-in any Focusrite or third party audio interface with a minimum of 8 inputs and/or outputs.

– The trade-in promotion is valid until 30th April 2018.

– Trade-ins must always form part of a new order.

Want to know more about the Focusrite Red 4Pre and the trade-in deal? Give us a call on 03332 409 306 or email audio@Jigsaw24.com. For all the latest news, follow @WeAreJigsaw24 on Twitter, or ‘Like’ us on Facebook.

View from the front: Mix with the Pros Atmos edition

View from the front: Mix with the Pros Atmos edition

On 26th October, we hosted the seventh instalment of our hugely popular Mix With the Pros series of events. This time, we tackled Dolby Atmos mixing, with presenters from Avid, Dolby, Sound Technology and Focusrite all offering advice on how to build your Atmos mixing environment and workflow. 

Big thanks to all of you who attended, to our speakers for their incredibly informative presentations, and to Pro Tools Expert for their lovely write up.

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Avid’s Simon Sherbourne was first out of the gate, talking about the new 3D-friendly tools that are coming to Pro Tools in the 12.8.2 update that was announced at AES. The update links the front and rear pan parameters for easier object panning (which Simon was kind enough to demonstrate on our S6), and makes it easier for you to test out your proposed Atmos mix in 7.1.2 before committing to a final mix. It’s also worth noting that Simon managed to do all this with just a MacBook Pro, proving you don’t need as much power as you’d think to run the Atmos Production Suite software.

After that, Dolby’s James Shannon took to the stage to explain the different requirements for Atmos Home and Theatrical certifications, and the investments needed to reach Dolby Premier Studio status.

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And while chasing premier status does mean incurring upfront costs, Sound Technology’s Ben Todd was on hand to showcase the reassuringly reasonably priced JBL Intonato speaker management system, which we’ve praised elsewhere.

Finally, Focusrite’s Simon Short dropped by to give us a crash course in Dante, the audio-over-IP solution that’s increasingly popular among pros who are dealing with immersive mixes. He also spoke about the Rednet X2P and Red 16Line interfaces (we’re very keen on the 16Line, as we’ve mentioned before) which he was kind enough to bring a long for us to have a look at.

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Fancy joining us for a beer and some industry gossip? You can see our upcoming events here. If you were at Mix with the Pros and want to talk to the team about anything you saw there, get in touch on the details below.

If you want to know more, give us a call on 03332 409 306 or email audio@Jigsaw24.com. For all the latest news, follow @WeAreJigsaw24 on Twitter, or ‘Like’ us on Facebook.

New releases from MOTU and Focusrite

New releases from MOTU and Focusrite

When not predicting the doom of all around him based on their choice of monitor, Rob is actually a very knowledgable audio product specialist. New releases that have received his blessing include the MOTU 828es and Focusrite Red16 Line.

MOTU 828es

MOTU’s 828es combines the networking and control technology of its AVB lineup with the I/O options on the 828, giving 28 individual inputs and 32 individual outputs, all of which can be used simultaneously. It uses the same EES Sabre32 DAC technology as the MOTU 1248, giving you 123 dB of dynamic range and roundtrip latency of as little as 1.6ms.

As well as eight analogue inputs and outputs, the 828es’s 19″ 1U frame contains two mic/guitar ‘combo’ style inputs, which provide transparent preamps with remote control for individual gain/pad/48V phantom power and amp-like hi-Z guitar input. There are also 16 ADAT ins and outs, two RCA S/PDIF ins and outs, two XLR main outs, two stereo headphone outs, a built-in talkback mic, dedicated in and out sockets for Timecode support, and an AVB port so you can connect to additional I/O options via Ethernet.

The 828es supports flexible, matrix-style routing and splitting, so you can route audio straight to any computer or device on your network. It’s controlled from a web-based app, not from software stored on your hard drive, meaning that you can control it from any device that’s on the same network as it.

Rob’s verdict: “Every iteration of the MOTU’s 828 has been a hit and it’s nice to see it continue to evolve. It’s a format that works in terms of I/O, and MOTU stuff is always rock solid. The new AVB range has been really popular because it is so easy to create an expanded system by mixing and matching different models from the range – Ethernet is all you need. Its great for the 828 to now be part of that ecosystem. It’s the little things like the expanded CueMix DSP, timecode and upgraded Sabre32 DACs that make this an exciting evolution. The ability to remotely access the CueMix from any machine on the network is especially useful if you want artists to be able to control their own monitor mixes, for example.”

MOTU M64

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The M64 is a flexible MADI interface, router, repeater, splitter, converter and mixer with AVB/TSN networking. It supports 256 channels of MADI in total – 64 in and out channels each for optical and coaxial MADI. A front panel display lets you monitor any activity, and displays detailed metering for all your I/O. It also has enough DSP for you to mix 48 channels, and features EQ, compression and reverb modelled after analogue classics.

Rob’s verdict: “The MOTU AVB range is quickly becoming one of the most flexible interface systems on the market, and the M64 now allows you to add MADI to your setup. But the advantage of MOTU’s system over the competition is that any of the units can be used on its own or as part of an expanded system, so the M64 is great for someone who just needs to get MADI in and out of a portable solution.”

Focusrite Red 16Line

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The latest addition to Focusrite’s interface lineup, the Red 16Line is the first Thunderbolt 3 interface of its kind, and has received loads of positive press after early showings at IBC and AES. It’s equipped with two new Thunderbolt 3 connections and two Mini DigiLink connections, so you can use it with Pro Tools HD or any other setup without needing to swap out option cards. You can achieve 64 x 64 interfacing with your DAW over the Thunderbolt or Mini DigiLink connections, or 32 x 32 using Dante for audio over IP.

The Red 16Line’s combination of impressive dynamic range (118dB A/D and 121dB D/A) and low latency mean that you can track plugins in place, so can use the same mix for recording and playback. It uses the same mic pres as the much-praised Red 4Pre and 8Pre – those on the Red 16Line can be stereo linked and provide up to 63dB of gain – and Red 2 and 3’s EQ and compression plugins.

Rob’s verdict: “The Red 4Pre is our most popular interface for Pro Tools HD systems – sound quality, I/O configuration and the fact that it can be used either as a interface that connects directly via DigiLink or as a Thunderbolt interface for other DAWs. The Red 16Line is going to be hugely popular with anyone who needs more analogue I/O and it keeps the impressive connectivity with Dante and two of Focusrite’s mic preamps. Nothing else offers what the Red series can deliver.”

The Red16 Line will be available from December, with an RRP of £2869. To find out more about these, or any other new audio releases, get in touch with the team on the details below.

If you want to know more, give us a call on 03332 409 306 or email audio@Jigsaw24.com. For all the latest news, follow @WeAreJigsaw24 on Twitter, or ‘Like’ us on Facebook.

Get free DigiLink I/O licences with Red 4Pre and 8Pre

Get free DigiLink I/O licences with Red 4Pre and 8Pre

Focusrite are offering up free DigiLink I/O licences with new purchases of Red 4Pre and 8Pre interfaces, making it nice and easy for customers who would usually have to purchase them separately from Avid’s web store.

With the highly compatible Red 8Pre having just dropped, Focusrite decided to treat users looking to combine their audio interfaces with Avid Pro Tools to a special, limited time promotion.

For every Red 4Pre or Red 8Pre interface you buy and register, you’ll have a Pro Tools | DigiLink I/O licence waiting in your iLok account free of charge – you’ll have four weeks to access it.

Customers looking to bag the free licence can follow these six simple steps:

1. Register your Red 4Pre or 8Pre interface.

2. Click the link to the Avid website.

3. Sign into your Avid Master Account or create one.

4. Select your iLok account or create one.

5. Sign into your iLok account.

6. Deposit your Pro Tools | DigiLink I/O licence.

Want to know more about the Focusrite Red 4Pre and Red 8Pre?  Give us a call on 03332 409 306 or email audio@Jigsaw24.com. For all the latest news and reviews, follow @WeAreJigsaw24 on Twitter or ‘Like’ us on Facebook.

The view from the front: Mix with the Pros 3D

The view from the front: Mix with the Pros 3D

Missed our 3D sound event? You’re in luck. A couple of attendees – familiar MWTP face James Ivey from Pro Tools Expert and the new, more mysteriously named Statis from Beatnik TV – have kindly done everyone else a massive favour by rounding up the event.

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Statis’ latest vlog over at Beatnik TV explains that “the event is devoted to helping audio professionals understand and work with the limitations and opportunities of [3D mix downs and sound for virtual reality]. From how to mix audio in 3D space to how to work with the issues created by movement in virtual realities, the event covered a huge range of the hurdles facing everyone working in these new sectors.” His video, below, features highlights of some of the day’s demos from Dolby, Sennheiser and more. (He also visited a very cool-looking graffiti show in the same episode, so you can brush up on your street art at the same time).

For a more detailed rundown of who said what, head over to Pro Tools Expert for James Ivey’s writeup, where insights include the fact that the S6 “can be used alongside any Eucon compatible application like Apple’s Logic Pro and because the S6 can address multiple machines and DAWs at the same time you can have different faders or banks of faders assigned to the different DAWs  at the same time. So you can have a group of virtual instrument channels from Logic running on the same surface as your dialog channels from Pro Tools.”

(There’s also a nice overview of the different speakers’ topics – useful in case you ever need to make small talk with Richard Addis or need to know who to direct your Dolby questions to).

Pro Tools Expert also managed to grab Avid’s Rich Nevens for a sit-down interview in our highly photogenic Steampunk demo room. Watch below for an overview on Rich’s journey to Avid’s Director of Strategic Solutions, and what Avid are planning for the future.

Thanks very much to James and Statis for a) dropping by and b) taking the time to give us such positive write ups – hope to see you next time, guys!

Missed out on Mix with the Pros? Our next instalment will be in early 2017, so keep an eye on our events page for dates, as well as a whole host of other upcoming audio-related events you might be interested in.

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View from the front: Nuno Fernandes rounds up our RedNet Rundown

View from the front: Nuno Fernandes rounds up our RedNet Rundown

We’re a sociable bunch at Jigsaw24, and we like nothing more than a good natter over the latest audio kit. To that end, we opened the doors of our Soho facility for a RedNet Rundown, giving you the chance to see the range in action and put your questions to Focusrite’s team. Freelance engineer and producer Nuno Fernandes took time out from working with his impressive client list to come down, and has been kind enough to let us share his roundup

Focusrite Red 4PRE & Pro Tools

This past Thursday I went down to Soho to visit Jigsaw24 to attend an event on Focusrite RedNet. Focusrite has a long history in the audio world and when they first announced the RedNet line I was curious but a little skeptical. It seemed like a solution to a problem I didn’t have. So I kept following developments but it was slightly off my radar.

Recently, with the release of the Red 4Pre, I started thinking a lot about Nathaniel Kunkel’s Studio Without Walls concept again. Focusrite was offering an interface that I could use with my ProTools HD Native rig at home and that I could connect using Thunderbolt to my laptop on location, at the same time being able to use 32 channels of Dante expandability! I was almost convinced, but it wasn’t until the release of the Red 8Pre that I started really seriously considering it.

The idea of being able to reach a location and not having to carry long XLR multi-cores between points is nice. The idea of having the Red8Pre next to my laptop and just running an Ethernet lead to one or two MP8R (or a Grace Design m802, or a Millennia Media HV-3R) close to the sources and just having to run XLR leads from that point to the mics seems heavenly, especially since the pres are remote controlled. I could then have an A16R close to the interface for any other color preamps I would like to use.

True, for those I’d need some long XLR leads or multicores but that would be an option for flavor. Another Ethernet cable to feed headphones or DI’s… There are so many options that are Dante compatible, and in the near future with the adoption of the AES67 standard by the main Audio-over-IP suppliers, you can even add equipment from other standards, like Ravenna.

I truly believe that this would make my idea of a portable pro-studio a lot easier to achieve. The cabling will be a lot cheaper and easier to carry, and the gear itself also. Now, if I could only find the funds and get rid of my Avid Omni…

Thanks to Andy Brooks, Will Hoult, and Cameron Stevenson for the presentation and the patience to answer questions.

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Focus on Focusrite

Focus on Focusrite

Focusrite has long enjoyed an unrivalled reputation for excellence and innovation in sound, when it comes to audio interfaces their range is considered by many to be the de facto, industry standard – the Pro Audio team at Jigsaw24 are major fans and as a fully authorised Focusrite Reseller we offer a comprehensive range of solutions to fit every possible production scenario.

Focusrite RedNet

Focusrite RedNet

RedNet is Focusrite’s flagship range of modular Ethernet-networked audio interfaces that harnesses the power of Audinate’s tried and tested Dante digital audio networking system to bring studio quality sound to any modern audio application. Designed with multiple audio applications in mind – from Live Sound rigs to Multi-room Recording Studios, Houses of Worship, Audio Distribution Installations, Post Production environments and anything in-between – fundamentally RedNet is an extremely scalable, near zero latency audio distribution system that can be used to expand I/O channel count, interface digital components, and/or bridge between Pro Tools|HD or MADI and the Dante audio network.

Incorporating Focusrite’s most advanced AD/DA conversion to date, rock-stable JetPLL clocking and premium multi-layered board circuitry, RedNet is no exception to the company’s philosophy that ‘Sound is Everything’. With every design detail meticulously engineered, RedNet is a step above its I/O competition, providing some of the most transparent and pristine audio quality available – with the added benefit of the systems’ revolutionary networking capabilities.

Focusrite Red 4Pre

Focusrite Red 4Pre Elevated

Red represents the pinnacle of Focusrite’s interface range. Red 4Pre combines four of Focusrite’s digitally-controlled, ‘Air’ enabled, Red Evolution mic preamps with dual Thunderbolt 2, Pro Tools | HD and Dante network audio connectivity. Featuring ‘parallel path summing’ conversion and beautiful yet robust design, the Red 4Pre interface is the perfect balance of form and function, delivering the sound quality and versatility engineers and producers expect from Focusrite.

Focusrite’s 58-in/64-out Red 4Pre includes Thunderbolt 2 connectivity for our lowest round-trip latency, in whatever DAW you use, enabling you to track and overdub with your preferred plug-ins and effects in real time, simplifying your workflow. Drop the Red 4Pre immediately, directly and seamlessly into any Pro Tools | HD system, or use it with existing Avid interfaces, thanks to its twin DigiLink connectors. Dual Thunderbolt 2 ports allow daisy-chaining of additional components such as hard drives and displays. Plus the Red 4Pre is network audio enabled right out of the box, with dual Ethernet ports for Dante audio-over-IP networking, letting you expand your recording capability over Ethernet for up to 64 additional channels anywhere on your network, with low latency – and lower cost. Additional Red or other Dante-compatible components can be connected to the Ethernet ports of the Red 4Pre to provide additional channels irrespective of the interface used to drive the Red 4Pre.

Please link to page 2 of our Focus on Focusrite feature where we cover the Clarett, Scarlett and iTrack interfaces.

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Focus on Focusrite (Part 2)

Focus on Focusrite (Part 2)

Focusrite has long enjoyed an unrivalled reputation for excellence and innovation in sound, when it comes to audio interfaces their range is considered by many to be the de facto, industry standard – the Pro Audio team at Jigsaw24 are major fans and as a fully authorised Focusrite Reseller we offer a comprehensive range of solutions to fit every possible production scenario.

Focusrite Clarett Range

Focusrite Clarett

The Clarett range of Thunderbolt audio interfaces are expandable to up to 26 In / 28 Out, with a two, four or eight ‘Air’ enabled mic preamps. Excellent sound is the quality Clarett owners love most. With up to 119dB dynamic range, superbly low noise, precision 24/192 conversion and eight specially-designed mic preamps with a unique analogue ‘Air’ effect, Clarett 8PreX is the Thunderbolt audio interface that simply sounds great, easily out-performing other interfaces in its class and beyond.

Meanwhile, its astonishing 1.67ms round-trip latency simplifies your workflow and lets you use your favourite plug-ins in real time. Clarett’s ultra-low round-trip latency dramatically simplifies your workflow. Instead of having to build two different mixes – one using input monitoring to overdub, the other using the DAW for playback – the good news is that now, one is enough. Build your mix on the DAW and use it whether you’re overdubbing (monitoring the input you’re recording with the new Focusrite Control software mixer) or playing back, with your plugins in place, all the time. Use your favourite plugins while recording, too – whether it’s reverb on a vocal, a guitar amp simulator, or even virtual instruments live on stage.

Focusrite Scarlett Range

Focusrite Scarlett

The Scarlett range provides a choice of USB audio interfaces to cater for any scenario. From the ultra-compact Scarlett 2i2 to the input-rich Scarlett 18i8, all feature Focusrite mic pres and professional quality conversion. Scarlett offers exceptional routing flexibility, allowing you to route any input signal or DAW output, or a mix of both, to any output. There is also a DSP mixer to allow for latency-free monitoring, all Scarlett interfaces come supplied with a comprehensive software bundle, which includes the Scarlett MixControl low-latency DSP-based software mixer and router, with intuitive one-click presets and Focusrite’s trademark low latency – under 1.4 ms. You’ll also find the Scarlett plug-in suite for VST, AU and RTAS, offering EQ, gate, compression and reverb, plus Ableton Live Lite, the Novation Bass Station soft synth and a Loopmasters sample pack.

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Focusrite iTrack

The iTrack Dock is a comprehensive yet easy-to-use, studio-quality iPad recording interface that acts as the hub of your Lightning iPad recording studio. Featuring two legendary Focusrite microphone preamps, along with two line inputs and an instrument DI with plenty of extra headroom, stereo monitor outputs with 105dB dynamic range plus independently-controlled headphone outputs, and a USB port for class compliant MIDI instruments and controllers, iTrack Dock gives you everything you need to record, monitor and control music on your iPad with precision Focusrite digital conversion at up to 24-bit, 96kHz sampling. And at the same time it charges and powers your iPad.

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Focusrite launch all-new flagship interface, the Red 4Pre

Focusrite launch all-new flagship interface, the Red 4Pre

Focusrite’s latest, the Red 4Pre interface, was launched to a heck of a buzz. Here are some key stats to tide you over until you can make it round our place for a demo.  


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The Red 4Pre is Focusrite’s new flagship interface, combining 58-in/64-out capacity with four of Focusrite’s digitally controlled mic preamps, high headroom inputs, Thunderbolt 2 connectivity and support for Pro Tools | HD, DigiLink and Dante support. As Focusrite explain:

“Focusrite’s 58-in/64-out Red 4Pre includes Thunderbolt 2 connectivity for our lowest round-trip latency, in whatever DAW you use, enabling you to track and overdub with your preferred plug-ins and effects in real time, simplifying your workflow. Drop the Red 4Pre immediately, directly and seamlessly into any Pro Tools | HD system, or use it with existing Avid interfaces, thanks to its twin DigiLink connectors. Dual Thunderbolt 2 ports allow daisy-chaining of additional components such as hard drives and displays. Plus the Red 4Pre is network audio enabled right out of the box, with dual Ethernet ports for Dante audio-over-IP networking, letting you expand your recording capability over Ethernet for up to 64 additional channels anywhere on your network, with low latency – and lower cost. Additional Red or other Dante-compatible components can be connected to the Ethernet ports of the Red 4Pre to provide additional channels irrespective of the interface used to drive the Red 4Pre.”

Focusrite Red 4PRE & Pro Tools

What’s so special about those mic pres?

They’re Red Evolution mic pres, specially developed by Focusrite to “deliver a clear and honest audio performance with -129 dB EIN and 63dB of gain that allows plenty of room to bring your own sound to life with your choice of external processing. They also include our unique ‘Air’ effect, recreating the sound of the transformer-based mic preamps in the ISA range. When ‘Air’ is enabled, the microphone impedance is set to 2.1kΩ and the frequency response curve is given a subtle mid-high boost – all in the analogue domain.”

What about the new converters?

Focusrite are touting them as the best they’ve ever made. They employ a new ‘parallel path summing’ configuration to lower the noise floor. Focusrite say, “Red 4Pre’s converter design strikes a precise balance between multiple factors – including dynamic range, distortion, noise floor and conversion latency – for the optimal overall sound. With 24-bit/192kHz sampling capability and 118dB(A-D)/121dB (D-A) dynamic range, it is ideal for high-resolution audio. The Red 4Pre delivers ≤0.0009% THD+Noise and a frequency response flat from 20Hz to 35kHz ±0.25 dB or better.” (Those numbers are apparently what you can expect for sustained periods in a real session, not just a maximum performance figure pulled from a spreadsheet, which makes it even more impressive.)

Is it easy to expand?

You can connect up to 64 additional channels to the Red 4Pre via Dante networking – a simple, single connection carrying both audio and built-in clocking over Ethernet.

“Whether the Red 4Pre is connected to the computer via Thunderbolt, DigiLink or Dante, simply connect units such as two RedNet A16R (32 channels of analogue I/O), four RedNet MP8R (32 channels of RedNet mic pre), or other Dante-enabled products via Ethernet as desired. Place mic preamps where the music is, and outputs where the sound needs to go – wherever there’s an Ethernet connection. Unlike daisy-chaining via Thunderbolt (which the Red 4Pre also supports), Dante lets you run additional channels over a greater distance, with low latency and lower cost, without wasting money on technology or connectivity that will not be used. And it will only get easier: look out for future enhancements offering complete plug and play Ethernet expansion functionality.”

What kind of control software does it come with?

“Red 4Pre includes the new Focusrite Control software, providing a straightforward and intuitive way to set up mixes and monitoring, as well as controlling the mic pres – recalling settings, assigning stereo pairs, adjusting gain and enabling features such as highpass filtering and phantom power. In addition, Red 4Pre is packaged with Softube’s Time and Tone Bundle – a unique plug-in pack including four of Softube’s professional quality plug-ins: Drawmer S73 Intelligent Master Processor, TSAR-1R Reverb, Tube Delay and Saturation Knob. Also in the box is the Focusrite Red Plug-in Suite, which accurately models Focusrite’s classic Red range 2 and 3 equaliser and compressor hardware.”

When can I see it?

Mix with the Pros at Jigsaw24 Soho

Where can I buy it?

You can get yourself a Focusrite Red 4Pre here.

Want to know more? Give us a call on 03332 409 306 or email audio@Jigsaw24.com. For all the latest news and reviews, follow @WeAreJigsaw24 on Twitter or ‘Like’ us on Facebook

The basics of Jigsaw24 for audio

The basics of Jigsaw24 for audio
If you’ve been buying your Macs from us or picked up a drive or two, it may have escaped your notice that we have one of the most comprehensive professional audio offerings in the industry. Here’s our top audio specialist Rob Holsman with a quick rundown of what we can do…

“Whether you’re putting together a project recording studio, voiceover facility, classroom composition suite or a full-featured surround-sound Pro Tools mixing studio for film post-production, we have the products and technical expertise to get the job done. And if you’re a videographer, we can supply all the location recording kit you could need, including wireless systems, shotgun mics, portable recorders and booms.

We can supply all the industry’s leading brands for audio software, audio interfaces, studio hardware, stereo and surround monitor speaker packages, headphones, microphones. and much much more. We are main dealers for Avid Pro Tools, Steinberg, RME, MOTU, Universal Audio, Genelec, Focal, Sennheiser, Sony Professional, PMC, Focusrite, Neumann, RODE, Tascam… the list goes on and on, but you get the picture! And with our industry leading IT, we have the knowhow to get it all working and keep it that way.”

Some top resources…

If you want to know a bit more about us, why not have a browse of our blog, where we keep the latest audio announcements? Here are a few perennial favourites to get you started…

If you want to find out more about our audio post-production services, take a look at our post brochure here.

Want to stay on top of NAMM news? Here’s our 2015 roundup.

Not sure what plug-ins you need? Here are six we can’t live without.

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