At Prolight + Sound, Avid showcased its newly expanded Avid VENUE | S6L modular live sound mixing system (pictured). Ideal for a range of applications including front-of-house, monitor, broadcast, and theater, the S6L now offers more component options to configure and scale a system to meet any requirement.
With three new control surfaces, a new engine, and two new I/O racks – all on a unified platform, the expanded S6L family promises “unmatched modularity, scalability and flexibility to meet any size production, space, or budget”.
VENUE | S6L is also the industry’s only live sound platform with 100% software, hardware, and show file compatibility across all system components.
Avid also demonstrated Pro Tools | S6, a control surface for highly intuitive, immersive mixing workflows. An integral part of the most advanced studio systems in the world, Pro Tools | S6 offers an ergonomically superior and modular design, as well as Dolby Atmos integration for greater workflow capabilities. Other Pro Tools solutions on display at Prolight + Sound included HDX – for big mixing sessions, and MTRX – for flexible routing and integrated monitor control.
As well as it’s Prolight showcase, Avid also introduced demonstrated its new Pro Tools offerings in Musikmesse’s Studioszene – an interactive space for attendees to network and participate in workshops and presentations.
Visitors saw a comprehensive selection of Pro Tools solutions, including Pro Tools | Eleven® Rack, which offers versatile music recording and live performance experience for guitarists and bass players, as well as Pro Tools | HD Native – the highest performance host-based audio solution on the market.
The sleek and portable Pro Tools | S3 control surface was also on show, giving users powerful and versatile sound mixing for on-the-go workflows. Alongside the S3 was Pro Tools | Dock – a tactile precision control surface to quickly and easily navigate and control projects.
In addition to Pro Tools innovations, music notation software Sibelius which allows composers to write scores faster than ever before, was also on display.
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