Allen & Heath launches GLD OneMix for iPad
Allen & Heath has released on the AppStore a simplified version of its GLD Remote control app for the iPad and GLD digital mixers.
The GLD OneMix app can control a single auxiliary monitoring mix while wirelessly connected to a GLD digital mixer. It is possible to use multiple iPads/apps, all of which will be setup by an "Admin" user so that each musician can get their personal monitoring mix.
The user can control Master and Send levels, mutes, graphic and parametric EQ and compressors, as well as the send pan and DCA group levels when assigned.
The Admin has the power to configure the name of the OneMix session for each user, chose the aux mix to ben sent to the iPad, assign MyMix and up to 3 custom layers, up to 8 strips for the MyMix layer and up to 32 strips for the custom layers, sends (inputs, effect returns and groups), master DCA, blank spaces in the layers, as well as name each layer and enable/disable processors and mutes per layer.
GLD OneMix requires an iPad with iOS 5 and later, and GLD firmware v1.21 and later. The app is available for 4.49€ / $4.99 at the AppStore.
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