Scrub, a division of HHB specialising in post production, is now previewing the latest v2.0 software update for the Avid S6 control surface at its demo facilities in Soho, London.
Scheduled for release on Monday July 13th, S6 v2.0 includes enhancements that allow designated areas of the S6 surface to spill VCAs, layouts, tracks by type and tracks by DAW. This is in addition to enabling on-screen banking to follow surface banking. Users of the S6 M40 will find that Display Modules now show automation data along with waveforms.
Scrub Pro Tools Technical Support Engineer John Johnson comments: “Working with leading S6 users, Avid has turned valuable feedback into powerful new features that make working with the S6 even more efficient and workflow friendly. The addition of Spill Zones brings incredible flexibility and the Expanded Knob Modules View will make ICON users feel right at home.”
HHB is a leading S6 reseller and the most experienced installer of Avid Pro Tools systems, having supplied numerous S6s and HDX upgrades to the UK’s top broadcasters, post production and educational facilities. HHB’s industry leading technical support department boasts the services of three Avid Certified Service Representatives (ACSR). It is this expertise that has earned HHB and Scrub the award for Avid’s EMEA Audio Top Channel Partner in 2013 and 2014.
Customers are invited to view the full features of the S6 and v2.0 with a knowledgeable Avid specialist by contacting Scrub Head of Sales Ben Scully on 020 7025 6020 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.