Avid’s VENUE S6L to make European debut at ISE 2018

Avid will demonstrate its award-winning live sound console, Avid VENUE | S6L, at the world’s largest AV systems integration show, ISE 2018.

The family of consoles has long been one of the most used and requested in the world, and the legacy continues with Avid VENUE | S6L. At booth #7-R230 at ISE, Avid will deliver hands-on demos of the fully modular and scalable live sound mixing system.

Powered by MediaCentral, Avid will showcase Avid VENUE | S6L’s seamless integration with Avid Pro Tools, as well as on-board industry-standard plug-ins, with higher track counts and more processing power than ever before. With a full array of network and I/O offerings, users can easily configure the Avid VENUE | S6L for a range of live sound mixing applications, including front-of-house, monitor, broadcast, theater, and more.

Avid will also feature the new Avid VENUE | On-Stage iOS app. The software update and On-Stage app introduce a range of exciting new control surfaces and software workflows, enabling monitor engineers to remotely control any mix from any location.

Monitor engineers now have the flexibility to take control of their individual monitor mixes using a rich user interface on an iPad, iPhone or iPod, and step away from the Avid mixing system to fine tune individual monitor mixes while on stage, hearing exactly what the performers hear.

“Our presence at ISE 2018 is key to Avid’s commitment to our preeminent live sound customer community,” said Tom Cordiner, senior vice president of global sales at Avid.

“The show is the perfect setting to showcase our cutting-edge live-sound technology, including the latest updates to our flagship console. Giving audio pros new levels of creative freedom and audio capabilities are what make Avid the number one choice for monitor engineers working in concert sound, touring and houses of worship all over the world.”

Avid will be on booth #7-R230 at ISE 2018.



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