VENUE | On-Stage 4+

Avid®

Designed for iPad

    • 3.2 • 5 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

Avid VENUE | On-Stage adds personal monitor mixing capabilities to VENUE | S6L and VENUE | S3L-X systems.

VENUE | On-Stage allows controlling individual Aux mixes from iPad or iPhone devices. Just connect your device to the same Wi-Fi network as your VENUE console and select your mix.
Additionally, control of the Mains mix is available.

REQUIREMENTS
Minimum supported console software versions: VENUE 5.6.0 for S6L and VENUE 4.6.0 for S3L-X systems.
S6L: Wireless router must be connected to the ECx port of the console.
S3L-X: Wireless router must be connected to the ECx port of the E3 engine.
Up to 16 simultaneous connections to the same console are supported.

What’s New

Version 1.4

- Fixed Mute buttons appearing as pressed for channels which are not muted.
- Complete iOS 14 support.

Ratings and Reviews

3.2 out of 5
5 Ratings

5 Ratings

zach_melgoza ,

Good, not great

In my brief experience using it, it seems to work well for what it offers. While I had some issues connecting to the monitor console initially, that seems to have resolved itself.

However, I’ve seen apps from other companies with much better functionality. Our church moved from Yahama CL series consoles, and Yamaha’s MonitorMix app is a lot quicker to operate. It mainly comes down to being able to create grouping templates, where channels can be grouped and color-coded. This makes finding the channel you need to adjust way faster than with Venue On-Stage, which has no groups and no color coding, requiring you to swipe through every channel looking for what you need, and having little visual indication to assist you.

It does have a leg up over Yamaha’s app in that it features live metering on each channel, making it easy to identify channels that are clipping for example.

If Avid were to make those changes to allow for grouping and color coding, that alone would make the app a 5/5 so long as stability remains intact.

Lisylola ,

Needs

Needs IOS 15.5 support

Mr Pendleton ,

Weak sauce - only controls faders?!

Yes, the S6L is way better than it’s predecessor in all the ways. But this iPad app is crazy limited. To point that it’s not usable….

I’ve been touring FOH engineer for over 25 years and I have used all of the mixing boards. All of them… I’ve also used just about every iPad app for all of those many different mixing boards. The fact that Avid made an app that has no EQ or processing control is unacceptable.

Mixing boards that cost 90% less can do it. What happened Avid?! Let’s fix this! The mixer is just about amazing. Why make the iPad app so limited?

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