The Pro Tools MTRX allows the creation of highly customizable cue mixes defined within the monitor profile. In this free video tutorial, you can learn how to create cue mixes made up of sources coming from Pro Tools to iTunes with Dante-based headphone amplifiers from Focusrite and KLANG.
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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.