HHB Communications Ltd. has released a new video in the Avid S6 educational series to demonstrate how the Softkeys provide fast control over menu, editing and automation functions in Pro Tools and other EUCON-enabled DAWs.
The Avid S6 Softkeys Overview video can be viewed on HHB’s YouTube channel at this link: http://youtu.be/aVFZNOlR5K4
Hosted by HHB’s Devin Workman, the new video highlights how the Softkeys put virtually any DAW function on the surface of the console for deep hands on control. The 60 user-assignable keys can be tailored to fit the user’s unique workflow by putting the keys that are used most within easy reach.
Complex editing functions, automation of channels, plug-ins and volumes, and various other parameters can be controlled with the just the Softkeys and jog wheel. Workman also demonstrates that, like the S6, the Softkeys are application aware and update to the functions specific to each DAW when switching between programs.
HHB has previously released two S6 videos outlining the main features of the S6 and providing an in-depth look at the Master Touch and Automation modules:
Avid S6 DAW Control Surface Overview
Avid S6 Master Touch and Automation Modules
HHB and audio post subsidiary Scrub are the UK’s most qualified Avid Elite Resellers to help with your facility’s upgrade to the revolutionary new Avid S6 control surface. Customers are invited to arrange an appointment to view the full features of the console on HHB’s 24-channel S6 M40 demo control surface with an Avid specialists. Pro Tools, Nuendo and Logic are installed and available for demonstrations.
HHB Communications Limited
Founded in 1976 and located in London, HHB Communications is a global leader in the supply of professional audio technology. Serving in the broadcast, recording and media production sectors, HHB’s unique expertise is also recognised by major manufacturers and innovators, many of which have appointed the company as exclusive distributors of their products. The specialist division, Scrub serves the needs of the television and film post production industry from premises in the heart of London’s Soho.