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Steven Slate RAVEN 3.3 mixing system

The RAVEN system in action  ·  Source: Steven Slate

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Slate Digital‘s RAVEN series of Multi-Touch Production Consoles are a combination of touch-screens, hardware, and relevant software to turn your DAW into a control surface and touch-based mixing console.

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The audio company has now announced RAVEN 3.3, the latest version of the software component. Its highlight is the introduction of classic multi-touch gestures, such as pinch-zoom, finger swipes to open and close plug-ins, and other shortcuts. However, they are only available on MTi 2 hardware. Slate says it is  currently working on adding gestures to the MTi 1 and MTX versions over the next few months.

Additionally, RAVEN 3.3 adds support for Cubase and Nuendo on Windows, so the Steinberg crowd can get in on the action. Steven mentioned FL Studio and Sonar are being worked on, with Ableton (PC), Reaper, and Harrison Mixbus left for later.

For additional details and an in-depth look at the new functionality in the update, watch the videos published by Slate Digital. For the complete change-log of version 3.3 updates and bugfixes, check out the .pdf file.

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