Meyer Sound Integrates Spacemap Go Control Functions Into Solid State Logic’s Live V5.0 and SOLSA PC Software for Remote and Offline Controls
Meyer Sound announced the integration of key control functions of its Spacemap Go spatial sound design and live mixing tool into the latest versions of Solid State Logic’s SSL Live V5.0 console software and companion SOLSA PC software. This will allow for remote control and offline setup. With this software integration, SSL Live users now have control of Spacemap Go’s spatial sound flexibility from the console touch screen and can synchronize the Spacemap Go snapshot recall via console automation. The Spacemap Go functions are integrated by default into the latest SSL V5.0 software. No installation is required.
Concurrently, Meyer Sound announced the availability of free downloads of Spacemap Go plug-ins in the AU, VST3 and AAX formats. All three are included in a free bundle available from the Meyer Sound website. The new plug-ins integrate control of key Spacemap Go functions into all DAWs, including Pro Tools, FL Studio, Ableton Live, Reason, Digital Performer, Cubase, Reaper and Studio One.
The plugin is also integrated with Avid’s VENUE | S6L live sound consoles with the VENUE 7 software platform, enabling users to directly access functions of Spacemap Go from the console’s built-in touch screen and control surface. The new plug-in allows the integration of Spacemap Go snapshots into the VENUE master show file that interacts with the Spacemap Go system and automates dynamic panning within the creative sound field.
Spacemap Go uses the processing power of Meyer Sound’s GALAXY Network Platform in an iPad app. Snapshots can be created using the app and are now integrated into the console or DAW for static placement or dynamic movement of sounds. The movement of sounds can be fully automated or synchronized in conjunction with live inputs using the console control surface, one or more iPads or both simultaneously.