LG Electronics has come up with the ideal solution for producers who are constantly struggling with lack of screen real estate and the annoyance of constantly resizing and flicking between windows.
The newly unveiled LG 34UM95 UltraWide 21:9 monitor looks to solve all of these problems with an eye-piercing QHD resolution of 3440×1440. The main up shot is a lot more pixels (4.9 million to be exact) which basically means a bigger mixer, more controllers, and more tracks on a single screen at the same time.
Being able see the entire work flow of a track while adding layers of sound gives producers the freedom to concentrate on the creative side of things instead of laboriously resizing and flicking between windows all the time.
With the 34UM95, you get a much wider view so you can conveniently add or edit track layers more easily. And the QHD resolution also heightens monitor’s vertical pixel density, so more tracks are visible at the same time.
As well as the extra space, the 34UM95 also comes with two Thunderbolt 2 ports which offers 20 Gbps data transfer – four times faster than that delivered by USB 3.0. Thunderbolt 2 also comes with an added bonus of eradicating data latency between a compatible keyboard and monitor.
Obviously staring at a monitor all day (and night) can really take a toll on your eyes, so LG’s 34UM95 IPS display has a flicker-safe function, which stops the black bars, invisible to the human eye, from flashing on the screen. Also Reader Mode automatically modifies harmful blue light into softer tones so looking at the screen all day and all night is no more tiring than reading a book.