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Avid today announced a key new option card for Avid live systems, Dugan-VN16, a modular, integrated solution that “improves audio quality and simplifies mixing for multi-mic applications“, according to the press release.
Avid-Consoles.de have published a number of short videos giving you an overview of the S6 and its various modules.
Avid has announced a brand new flagship control surface – S6, the very same that was teased a while back. I guess I’m not the only one that’s been waiting for something like this to happen. After all, the ICON has quite a few years under its belt by now (by digital standards) and with […]
Avid is teasing a new S6 console at IBC this year. It appears to have plenty of blinking lights, a touch screen and, in Avid’s words, be “a revolutionary new mixing solution that’s built on trusted and proven technology“. IBC is September 13th so we’ll know more soon.
Avid has teamed up with John Rodd to discuss how he recorded and mixed the Elysium score. His credits include The Lincoln Lawyer, numerous video games from the World of Warcraft and Assassin’s Creed series, as well as Breaking Bad. In this four-part video series, John discusses staying ahead in the industry, using Pro Tools|HDX […]
Avid has now released the Avid S3L Live Sound System which was first announced back in May earlier this year. It features a first-of-its-kind modular, networked architecture that will enable expansion and customization. Price will range from $17,995 USD for the S3L System 16 to $29,980 USD for the S3L System 64 with several additional […]
Avid is doing another live sound webinar, this one to give you a look at the new S3L system. Join veteran live sound engineer Robert Scovill (Tom Petty, Rush, Prince, Def Leppard) for an in-depth look at the innovative new S3L and see how it can transcend everything you thought a live sound system could […]
Avid has released EuControl Version 3.0, a free download that offers “significant speed, performance, and reliability enhancements” for the Artist Series, according to Avid. It supports Pro Tools 11. Go grab it the Avid website.
On the topic of AAX 64-bit, character plugins, Logic Pro X and other DAW’s.
Avid today announced the new Mac Mini with Magma Express Box 3 (EB3T) is compatible with Pro Tools HDX support and/or HD Native. More about system requirements and compatibility is available on the Avid website. If you’re looking to get into Pro Tools (or change your system) this is MUST READ.