Avid Pro Tools MTRX II Base Unit w/ DigiLink, Dante 256 & SPQ

Avid Pro Tools MTRX II Base Unit w/ DigiLink, Dante 256 & SPQ

Avid Pro Tools MTRX II Base Unit w/ DigiLink, Dante 256 & SPQ

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Take on the largest music and audio productions with a powerful studio centerpiece that offers exceptional sound quality. Designed for Pro Tools | HDX and other DAWs, Pro Tools | MTRX II builds on the versatility of its predecessor, offering greater I/O, routing, and monitoring flexibility. Streamline your studio with a single interface that enables you to replace multiple devices, connect anything to everything, and tune any room in your facility to get the best sound possible.

Pro Tools | MTRX II not only comes with 64 channels of built-in DigiLink I/O, 256 channels of Dante, and 64 channels of MADI, it’s fully modular to accommodate any ADR, Foley, sound design, re-recording, or mixing session. Configure its eight card slots with all the I/O you need—the same option cards as MTRX, plus a new Thunderbolt™ 3 option—replacing multiple I/O, routing, and monitor control interfaces. Route any signal between the various I/O formats. And connect multiple HDX systems and DAWs together with a single interface.

To handle the variety of workflows, gear, formats, and environments post production commands, Pro Tools | MTRX II is the ultimate audio command center. Route, split, and patch audio quickly and extensively using DADman software, with an increased matrix capacity of up to 4,096 x 4,096 cross points. Feed any input to any output, or even send audio to multiple outputs simultaneously, giving you nearly unlimited flexibility and connectivity options.

In conjunction with Pro Tools Ultimate and Pro Tools | HDX, Pro Tools | MTRX II delivers the most comprehensive end-to-end solution for immersive audio, streamlining the entire workflow with less hardware, less complication, and lower costs. Its 512 x 64 summing mixer accommodates a full theatrical Dolby Atmos configuration. Add one or more DigiLink I/O Cards and you can connect a multi-card HDX system—or even a multi-workstation system—to a single MTRX interface. And with the Thunderbolt 3 option, you can route audio to the Dolby Atmos Renderer while maintaining full HDX DSP power.

With 256 integrated Dante channels, you can connect your Pro Tools | HDX system to any Dante network—the industry’s preferred audio-over-IP solution. Not only is Ethernet economical—especially where long cable runs are required—it allows for a more versatile workflow that leverages your facility’s Ethernet infrastructure to route audio between multiple rooms and devices.

Building on the MTRX legacy, MTRX II delivers the cleanest, most transparent, and highly detailed AD and DA conversion of any audio interface. This enables you to record ultra-high-quality voiceovers, ADR, and Foley in the studio, as well as capture audio on location, and then monitor your soundtrack mix in all its sonic glory through some of the highest quality audio converters in the industry.

With the included DADman software, you can remotely control all sources and monitoring directly from Pro Tools Ultimate, Avid S6, and other EUCON-enabled control surfaces. You can also create multiple monitor profiles, making it easy to switch multichannel audio formats for the project at hand, from stereo and 7.1, up to 64-channel Dolby Atmos.

  • Get 64 channels of built-in DigiLink I/O, 256 Dante channels, and 64 MADI channels, plus eight option card slots and a Thunderbolt 3 option slot in a single interface
  • Capture and output audio without any coloration—exactly as the sources sound—with impeccably clean, transparent, and highly detailed AD/DA conversion
  • Gain flexibility with integrated SPQ Speaker Processing, DADman Pro | Mon monitor control, and a 512 x 64 summing mixer for full Dolby Atmos theatrical monitoring
  • Route, split, and patch audio across multiple devices and rooms in your facility with the massive 4,096 x 4,096 matrix router
  • Work with multiple DAWs, connect to Pro Tools | HDX and/or a Mac or PC, route audio over IP with Dante, and add and reconfigure I/O as needed, enabling new creative possibilities