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GUITAR CENTER AND SLATE MEDIA TECHNOLOGY ANNOUNCE THE NEW RAVEN MTi TOUCHSCREEN CONSOLE

The follow-up to the groundbreaking RAVEN MTX Production Console, the Slate RAVEN MTi is now available for preorder exclusively though Guitar Center, GC Pro, and Musician’s Friend

ANNOUNCEMENT HIGHLIGHTS

The first console of its kind, the RAVEN MTi features a 27-inch touchscreen that displays the mixing functions of digital audio workstation software, providing tactile control of mixing parameters and more.

At only $2,499 MAP in the USA, the RAVEN MTi is the new desktop centerpiece of any modern creative audio environment.

Available for preorder exclusively via Guitar Center retail stores, www.guitarcenter.com, GC Pro and www.musiciansfriend.com.

Los Angeles, CA, September 9, 2013 – Guitar Center, the world’s largest retailer of guitars, amplifiers, drums, keyboards, recording, live sound, DJ, and lighting equipment, announced today that the new RAVEN MTi touchscreen console from Slate Media Technology is available for preorder exclusively through Guitar Center, GC Pro and Musician’s Friend. Based on the company’s flagship RAVEN MTX Multi-Touch Production Console, the RAVEN MTi is an intuitive, streamlined console designed for any modern creative audio environment.

Steven Slate, CEO, Slate Media Technology, states, “In the modern recording studio, the multitrack recorder, mixer, FX rack, editor, and mix-down deck all sit inside of a computer screen. The RAVEN turns the computer screen into a world-class control surface, recreating a proven studio workflow that dramatically increases efficiency during the production process.”

The RAVEN MTi is cutting-edge hardware that integrates directly with the Digital Audio Workstation (DAW), allowing for instantaneous control of all of the user’s DAW parameters. The console facilitates quick navigation through any virtual production environment and adds many workflow-enhancing features through its user-customizable controls. Imagine turning your DAW mixer into a multitouch controller or editing your audio with a single touch… the RAVEN is capable of this and more! The MTi works with a variety of plugins, allowing you to control the parameters directly on the screen with your fingers. Because the MTi is a virtual control surface, its expandability is virtually limitless.

The RAVEN MTi sells for $2,499 in the USA and features a sleek 27-inch, six-touch multitouch display with Integrated-Direct-Touch DAW controller software. The RAVEN MTi currently supports AVID Pro Tools 10 and 11, and will soon offer compatibility with other major DAWs and video editors including Logic®, Cubase®/Nuendo®, Ableton® Live, Final Cut Pro®, and Adobe Premiere®. The MTi ships with Mac OSX compatibility – PC compatibility will be added in the near future with a simple software update.

The RAVEN MTi connects to a computer simply using one standard DVI cable and one USB 2.0 port. The MTi uses the RAVEN Protocol, which connects to the DAW via the industry-standard NeyFi protocol – no Ethernet or MIDI is required.

The RAVEN MTi’s display is high-definition at 1920×1080 pixels and is LED-backlit, which means it consumes very little power, produces little heat, and emits less electromagnetic interference than other displays. The display image is clear with wide viewing angles, and the brightness controls make it easy to set up for any studio environment.

For more information, please visit www.guitarcenter.com, www.gcpro.com, www.musiciansfriend.com and www.slateproaudio.com.

About Slate Media Technology
Based in Los Angeles, California, Slate Media Technology develops innovative, no-compromise products, for media creators. Slate is a pioneer of advanced digital technology that enhances workflow, efficiency and creativity.

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