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Vintage King Kicks Off Avid S6 Console Demo Tour At Detroit Headquarters

Appointments being scheduled for exclusive first looks at the S6 at Los Angeles and Nashville locations

Vintage King Detroit recently hosted a launch event for the new Avid S6 console, to be followed by events in Los Angeles, Chicago, and Nashville.

Appointments are now being scheduled for an exclusive first look at the S6 at our Los Angeles and Nashville locations here.

Leveraging ICON and System 5 product families in new modular design, the S6 delivers excellent ergonomics and intelligent studio control to provide an intuitive, immersive mix experience.

Vintage King’s upcoming Avid launch events present an opportunity for audio professionals to hear from Avid appliscations specialist Jeff Komar and Vintage King staff about the console.

“The Avid S6 finally brings the intuitive tactile satisfaction of working with touchscreen technology, the build quality and layout of a traditional high-end analog console, together with the powerful in-depth tweakability that only Eucon can offer, all in an affordable and scalable package,” says Ryan McGuire, international sales & business development for Vintage King. “I’m very excited to get these into my customers hands, as the possibilities are endless for how they can customize this surface to work within their flow. It certainly leaves the Icon series and any other competitively priced controllers in the dust.”

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