Having this seamless workflow helps both us and our clients to be more efficient, without sacrificing creativity.
SIMON RAY, HEAD OF ENGINEERING, GOLDCREST POST
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Webinar: In the Studio with Pro Tools | S3
See Ken Andrews record a track with S3
Whitepaper: Avid Pro Mixing
Learn more about Avid’s leadership and innovation in the professional mixing space
Video: Mixing Boyka: Undisputed 4
Re-recording mixer Gord Hillier examines his use of Avid-based workflows
Webinar: Avid Everywhere for Audio
See how Avid can help you create, manage, and monetize your music and audio content
Mix faster by coloring tracks in Pro Tools
Webinar: Music Creation with Dave Audé
See how Dave remixes and builds a track for artists like U2 and Beyoncé
Webinar: S6—Mixing Redefined
Discover the most intuitive, immersive mixing experience for modern sound engineers
Pro Mixing Blogs
See the latest updates and tutorials at our blogs
Webinar: Mix Smarter and Faster with C|24
Mixer Richard Furch (Prince, Usher) discusses how C|24 enables you to focus more on your mix
Pro Mixing Brochure
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Avid is the industry standard for a reason – it’s the best! Media Composer does everything I need it to, and more. I can view material, string different pieces together, and envision a scene very quickly from raw material - it’s very liberating.
MICK AUDSLEY, EDITOR