Computer Control of StudioLive Mixers—with Smaart Audio Analysis
Virtual StudioLive: Remote Control for First-Generation StudioLive Mixers
Easy drag-and-drop workflow
- Drag presets directly to channels
- Drag parts of presets directly to components in the Fat Channel
- Adjust the Fat Channel gate, compressor, and EQ plus the graphic EQ and effects
- Quickly drop entire Scenes to the mixer to instantly load all channel, effects, and graphic EQ settings
- Load effects quickly by simply dragging presets into the GUI
- Use the mouse to quickly assign channels to multiple buses, mute, solo, etc.
- Control Talkback on/off, routing assignments, and Scene recall for hard-drive-based Scenes
- Store and organize presets on your computer, then transfer them to your mixer for that night’s gig
- Create presets on the road, store them to the mixer, then drag them to your preset pool the next time you’re connected to the computer
- Reorder presets in mixer memory and in the software to best fit your workflow for each gig
- Share presets with friends; drag presets out of the browser and email, IM, or disk-swap presets with other StudioLive owners
- See all of the most-used parameters on the mixer at once
- See the state of all Fat Channel settings at once
- See all aux mixes at once
- See the current effects and other parameter settings
- View and graphically edit all parametric EQ and compression curves
- View and graphically edit all graphic equalizer settings
- Easily adjust the sound system to the room using Smaart™ Measurement Technology and the StudioLive graphic EQs
- Do time-stamped backups of the entire mixer
- Remote control the StudioLive mixer from an iPad using <StudioLive Remote> software.
- Remote control StudioLive aux mixes using QMix™ software.
- Use the Smaart Spectrograph and RTA to view the sound-system’s frequency response so you can eliminate feedback and other sonic problems.
- Use the Smaart Room Analysis Wizard to tune your sound system to the room (StudioLive 16.4.2 and 24.4.2 only).
- Verify that your StudioLive outputs are routed correctly and are passing signal, using the Smaart Output Check Wizard (StudioLive 16.4.2 and 24.4.2 only).
- Calculate and set the correct amount of delay time between two full-range speaker systems, using the Smaart System Delay Wizard and the StudioLive’s subgroup-output delays (StudioLive 16.4.2 and 24.4.2 only).