Focusrite Audio Engineering is celebrating 25 years of creating mixers, beginning with the Focusrite Fort #233 and followed by the Studio Console. To celebrate, the company plans to release a documentary, telling the story of their business and those who used one of the 10 Studio Consoles that were made. They also are hosting their Dream Recording Competition, where the winner will record with Guy Massey, the producer, who is a Grammy award-winner.
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Focusrite Bows Documentary, Contest
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