Slate updates the Raven software
The Audio department at Steven Slate’s announces the release this month of the second version of the software of the Raven multitouch mixing system.
Raven Software v2.0 will be available on June 27th and will bring a major new feature called Batch Command System, with which you will be able to manage and process multiple channels at once with more than 100 settings available. You can for instance generate multiple headphone sends (cue) and effect returns, automatically name various channels, assign a plug-in to multiple tracks, create fader groups, convert several audio tracks to MIDI and vice versa, make vocal comping, A.B compare plug-ins, access all inserts and sends, process multiple tracks with a plug-in, bounce stems and much more. These Batch Commands are customizable so you can create any command to suit your needs.
This v2.0 update will also improve the touch fader precision and response and add new touch commands to make multitouch control easier.
Full details of this v2.0 will be unveiled at the end of the month and the update will be free for both Raven MTX and MTi systems.
Here is a video presentation of the update:
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