Meyer Sound’s spatial sound tool highlighted at ISE 2020

Meyer Sound demonstrated a beta of its Spacemap Go spatial sound design and mixing tool, using the processing power of the Galaxy network platform.

When a user installs Galaxy software and firmware updates, the Spacemap Go iOS app adds a touch pad interface for Spacemap multi-channel panning on one or more connected iPads. 

Spacemap Go allows for the user base of Galaxy loudspeaker processors to configure, program and implement spatial sound mixing, with the tool able to be used in a system of up to four Galaxy loudspeaker processors in any combination, including the Galaxy 408, Galaxy 816 and Galaxy 816-AES3. 

The iOS app will be released alongside updates to Compass and Compass Go control software as well as the Galaxy firmware. 

Spacemap programming and operation is handled by Spacemap Go, with Compass and Compass Go allowing for access to system parameters such as EQ and delay. 

Multiple iPads can be used simultaneously, allowing a single user or multiple users to customise workflow. 

The tool’s spacemaps can be designed for multichannel installations, with the tool providing templates for users. 

Spacemap Go is compatible with automated live workflows, featuring integration with QLab and more integrations planned for the future. 

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