NAMM 2019: Slate Announces RAVEN MTZ

Multi-touch monitor features a 43 inch projective capacitance no-bezel panel      24/01/19

Here's the Slate press release...

In 2012, Slate Media Technology realized that in order to get the most immersive studio workflow, no better solution existed than to turn the screen into a world-class control surface. So we created the RAVEN, a multi-touch monitor that integrates seamlessly with DAW software.

Fast forward to now, RAVENs are frequently found in top studios around the world, including those of Snoop, Will.i.am, Steve Aoki, Mark Needham, Dolly Parton, and many more.

Today we’re proud to announce the next evolution of the large format professional RAVEN Series, the RAVEN MTZ!

THE MTZ IS OUR SLEEKEST, MOST ERGONOMIC AND FEATURE-PACKED RAVEN EVER MADE!

It boasts a 43″ projective capacitance no-bezel panel with TEN ultra-accurate multi-touch points. With a depth of only 1.5″, the MTZ is the ultimate solution for the modern professional studio.

The first RAVEN MTZ will be installed in the world-famous NRG Recording Studios Mix Room C, where it will replace an older large-format analog console.

The MTZ will also feature multiple desk options made by top manufacturers such as Zaor, Argosy, Sterling Modular, and more.

Pricing and Availability:
$2,999

More information:

 

Thanks to Audio Technica For Providing These Mics For Our Crew

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