Today, Neyrinck have announced the availability of an AAX DSP version 3.0 of V-Mon, their post surround monitoring plug-in for Pro Tools utilizing the power of the new Pro Tools|HDX cards for processing.
Paul Neyrinck explained, “With the introduction of the new Pro Tools HDX cards our users needed to be able to run V-Mon on these new systems, so this is a welcome upgrade to our many post mixing clients who rely on V-Mon for their monitoring needs. V-Mon is a unique Pro Tools plug-in and porting to HDX was a big challenge. After a tremendous amount of optimization, we were able to make V-Mon have the same features at 48 kHz sample rate as it does on TDM systems.”
What is V-Mon?
V-Mon is a professional post monitoring system with all the features you would expect to find in a large format film console monitoring section. V-Mon supports up to ten 5.1 or six 7.1 inputs, eight stereo aux inputs, four talk-back inputs, and two listen-back inputs. V-Mon provides extensive output control for up to four 7.1 speaker systems, one stereo down-mix, eight cues, one stem meter for external hardware metering, and one stereo meter for external hardware metering. Ifyou would rather use a hardware controller then V-Mon is compatible with the Tac Systems VMC-101 remote controller.
V-Mon can be downloaded from the Neyrinck website and requires an iLok code to function. V-Mon keys are available for purchase from Neyrinck dealers around the world or can be purchased directly from the Neyrinck web store for $599. V-Mon 2.0 and earlier customers can upgrade for $299. Customers that purchased V-Mon after December 1, 2011 are eligible for a free upgrade.