Solid State Logic has just announced the exciting new inclusion of the Remote Tile and V4.7 software to their Live Console range. The new software update which is free to all current SSL Live users, is inclusive of an upgrade to SSL’s revered Super Query workflow, enhance TaCo features, a new Transfer Function Analyser Tool, Auto Pan effect and external touchscreen control support.
The all-new 12-fader SSL Remote Tile offers the user a simple way to increase extra faders to any SSL Live Console or to a PC with SSL SOLSA control and configuration already running. The Remote Tile is exactly the same as the built-in Live Console tiles, combining touch sensitive 100mm motorised faders, solo/mute, query, and select buttons, quick controls, individual channel LCD displays, and a full set of tile navigation buttons. Two Remote Tiles (24 faders in total) can be connected to any SSL Live console or SOLSA PC via USB.
On top of the Remote Tile, V4.7 software for SSL Live pushes primary control one step further with external (SSL supplied) Touch Screen support. Engineers now have direct touchscreen control of their Overview and Automation screens without the need to switch focus on the console's internal touch screen.
The new software also increases noteworthy functionality to TaCo. The app's Engineer Mode now offers parameter control of all path processing (EQ, dynamics, panning, delay, all-pass filter), and all FX in the console’s internal FX rack. This new feature makes TaCo an essential control interface for L100 and L200 live consoles, for PA tuning and for artist personal monitoring and engineer on stage monitor applications.
The new consoles Super-Q technology - a state-of-the-art set of fast forward and reverse query tools - becomes more powerful in V4.7 where engineers can now query paths straight from the touchscreen, briefly swap the Focus Fader with the queried path, and allocate a single user key as an all-encompassing 'Clear Query' button.
A new Transfer Function Analyser tool can be deployed anywhere in the Live console's internal FX rack. Its sole purpose is for gauging acoustic spaces, but it can also be used to measure any output, from a loudspeaker to an outboard processor. The tool measures the fixed-point per octave transfer function and the impulse response of a system and can show Magnitude, Phase and Coherence, and Impulse Response on-screen.
The new Auto Pan is an automated panning effects unit with a multitude of different modulation controls and an easy tempo link function. Auto Pan lets engineers create engaging panning effects that are fully automated and vastly customisable, with controls for Pan, Width, Rate, LFO Mode, LFO Reset (LFO phase adjust), Steps, and Smooth (Step crossfade control).
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