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Avid Showcasing Live Sound Technology, Solutions & Education At Upcoming 2011 InfoComm

VENUE integration with Pro Tools and AVB-based network presentations on the docket

At the upcoming 2011 InfoComm show in Orlando, Avid (Booth 243) will be showcasing VENUE and Pro Tools live sound workflows, and presenting AVB solutions with other AVnu Alliance members.

The company will host in-booth technology and workflow demonstrations throughout the event, focusing on integrated Pro Tools/VENUE live recording solutions, improving workflows with archiving and Virtual Soundcheck, using TDM plug-ins to bring studio-quality sound to the stage, and configuring MADI integration across multiple systems for total connectivity and redundancy.

Avid will also hold a special presentation on June 15th focused on live sound solutions for consultants and system integrators.

Highlights Include:

VENUE Link and Pro Tools|HD Native with Robert Scovill
Veteran live sound engineer Robert Scovill (Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Rush, Def Leppard) will be in the Avid booth, demonstrating how VENUE Link and Pro Tools interoperability bring efficiencies to live sound mixing, recording performances, and Virtual Soundchecks. Scovill will also cover MADI interconnectivity between VENUE Profile and VENUE Mix Rack Systems and Pro Tools|HD Native.

VENUE for Consultants and Systems Integrators
Get acquainted with the VENUE product line and its integration with Pro Tools, as well as with ICON, System 5, and other Avid pro mixing consoles at Avid’s presentation for system integrators. This event will be held off the show floor on June 15th, from 12:30–2:00 pm in room W221D. Register here to attend.

AVB Demonstration in the AVnu Pavilion
Throughout the show, Avid will be participating in the AVnu Pavilion, located in Booth 179 in the Hall A Audio Pavilion. Avid (along with other AVnu Alliance members) will demonstrate various AVB workflows, which provide the highest quality streaming A/V experience, and deliver the capabilities and functionality necessary to design the next generation of professional, high-performance media networks.

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