28.10.20

Meyer Sound’s Spacemap Go launches on Apple App Store

Meyer Sound Space Map Go on ipad on top Galaxy processor

Meyer Sound launched its Spacemap Go spatial sound design and mixing tool today, announcing availability on the Apple App Store.

The free app, compatible with any iPad capable of running the latest iPadOS, works with already installed Meyer Sound Galaxy network platform processors to add spatial sound design and mixing capabilities. It can be controlled by one or many iPads and supports simultaneous control by multiple users. Spacemap Go can be implemented with a free update to Galaxy firmware and Compass control software. 

Spacemap Go is compatible with a number of sound design and show control programs including QLab. A complex sound design can be assembled using QLab in the studio and, when on site, quickly expanded into a multi-channel spatial mix using Spacemap Go’s templates for common multi-channel configurations. The templates can be customised for a particular setup, while panning trajectories can be created with the touch of a finger and, if desired, captured for playback during performance. Although spatial trajectories can be created, edited and stored using the graphical interface, the detailed matrix remains accessible for reference or direct data entry.

In addition to QLab, Spacemap Go can be automated by DAWs such as Ableton Live, Apple Logic Pro X, AVID Pro Tools, MOTU Digital Performer, and Reaper. Galaxy now supports the RTTrPM protocol, allowing integration with real-time tracking systems such as BlackTrax.

Systems can be configured by Spacemap Go using any combination of Galaxy 408 or Galaxy 816 using Milan AVB, AES3 or analogue as inputs and outputs. Spacemap Systems can be configured for up to 32 inputs and as many outputs as are provided by the processors. Each Galaxy provides up to 232 matrix crosspoints. Multiple iPads may be used to control a system, providing immediate access to additional channels or allowing simultaneous access to different screen views.