In this video from Avid, Avid Pro Audio Solutions Specialists Ozzie Sutherland and Jeff Komar take you through what you can do with the Pro Tools MTRX interface, covered the modular, I/O, network, router, monitor control and DigiLink options that are on the Pro Tools MTRX.
Avid Pro Tools MTRX Highlights
- Digital Audio Denmark’s (DAD’s) AD and DA converters are renowned for delivering clean, transparent, and detailed sound. DAD has partnered with Avid to take their AX32 and turn it into the Pro Tools MTRX, meaning that the MTRX picks up that pedigree enabling you to get the best sound quality possible from your Pro Tools HD system up to super-high-resolution 384 kHz DSD. But the MTRX doesn't stop there because it does double duty as both an audio I/O and monitor interface.
- With the MTRX you can take full 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, providing complete monitoring, talkback, summing, and fold-down control, whether you’re mixing in mono, stereo, 5.1, 7.1, 9.1, or even a 64-channel immersive audio mix.
- Like its DAD cousin the AX32, the 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, you have the interface versatility to connect any type of gear and route any signal between the various I/O formats.
- Using DADman software, you can route, split, and patch audio quickly 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, giving you unlimited workflow possibilities.