The Pro Tools MTRX is a modular audio interface that features a customizable monitor section which can be controlled via EUCON. In this free video tutorial from Avid, Jeff Komar shows how to create a basic Monitor Profile including Source Inputs, Speaker Outputs, Fold Downs and external Meter Outputs.
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Achieve exceptional sound - Digital Audio Denmark’s (DAD’s) AD and DA converters are renowned for delivering clean transparent, and detailed sound. Pro Tools MTRX is no exception, enabling you to get up to super-high-resolution 384 kHz DSD. The Pro Tools MTRX also does double duty as both an audio I/O and monitor interface.
Expand your monitor control - Take remote control of all sources, monitors, and speaker sets directly from Pro Tools S6, other EUCON-enabled control surfaces, and the included DADman software. Pro Tools MTRX includes Pro | Mon 2, putting complete monitoring, talkback, summing, and fold-down control at your fingertips, whether you’re mixing in mono, stereo, 5.1, 7.1, 9.1, or even a 64-channel immersive audio mix.
Get the I/O you need - Pro Tools MTRX is fully modular, so you can customise it with a variety of I/O and interface options. From analog inputs, outputs, and high-quality mic pres, to Dante, MADI, AES3, 3G-SDI, and more.
Route audio with abandon - Using DADman software, you can route, split, and patch audio, with a matrix capacity of up to 1,500 x 1,500 cross points. You can feed any input to any output, or even send audio to multiple outputs simultaneously.