The newest updates for Avid's live sound system allows users to mix and capture performances more quickly than ever before.
“The latest S3L system enhancements deliver faster, more flexible workflows and significant cost savings,” said Jeff Rosica, senior vice president of worldwide field operations, Avid. “When combined with Pro Tools for recording and mixing, the S3L helps us deliver on the Avid Everywhere vision for the media industry by giving customers powerful tools for creating, sharing, and monetising media more effectively than ever before.”
The new performance update provides users with I/O sharing and gain tracking across multiple S3L systems, and greater flexibility to mix live shows with user-definable fader layouts and VCA and Group Spill. It also enables sound engineers to use the S3 control surface standalone to mix Pro Tools (and other DAW) sessions, and features an updated operating system with support for 64-bit AAX DSP plug-ins.
When used together, Pro Tools and the S3L deliver tightly integrated recording and mixing control of live or in-studio productions. As they’re run on the Avid MediaCentral Platform, users have access to the Avid Marketplace where they can network, collaborate with other media professionals and even monetise their work.
VENUE 4.5 and EuControl 3.2 software updates will be available in Q3 2014 to current and new S3L customers at no cost through their Avid customer accounts.
For more details visit http://www.avid.com/US/products/S3L-system