New Avid S6 Features Demo

HHB's v2.0 software overview video highlights control surface's key features      13/08/15

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HHB Communications Ltd. has released a new video highlighting the key features introduced by the Avid S6 control surface version 2.0 software update.

HHB's Devin Workman highlights the key features introduced by the new version 2.0 software update for the S6 and points out the new features requested by Icon Power users. Features like Expand and Spill Zones will be instantly recognisable to Icon users who are used to having custom faders available on the console. This is in addition to enhancements that enable the S6 M40 Display Modules to show Automation data directly on screen, and much more.

HHB also worked with Encore Head of Sound David Old on a video interview that outlines how the S6 and Pro Tools provides Encore's engineers with an incredible amount of speed and creative freedom.

 



HHB and post production specialists Scrub are the UK's leading S6 resellers and the most experienced installers of Avid Pro Tools systems, having supplied numerous S6s and HDX upgrades to the UK's top broadcasters, post production and educational facilities. HHB's industry-leading technical and sales support departments boast the services of three Avid Certified Service Representatives (ACSR) and have been named Avid's EMEA Audio Top Channel Partner in 2013 and 2014.

Scrub Sales Devin Workman comments: "The Avid S6 version 2.0 software update introduces powerful features that will help users further customise the workflow of the S6, adding features that enhances navigation through large sessions by bringing powerful control features to the mix position."

This is the latest in a series of videos created by HHB and Scrub's Avid experts to outline the powerful features of the S6 control surface. You can view the full series of Avid S6 videos on HHB's YouTube Channel.

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