[NAMM] PreSonus Qmix
PreSonus announces Qmix, designed to let you perform monitor mix control via iPhone/iPod touch.
Up to 10 musicians can simultaneously control their StudioLive monitor mixes using an iPhone or iPod touch and PreSonus' free QMix app. QMix builds on PreSonus' Virtual StudioLive (VSL), which provides bidirectional computer control of PreSonus StudioLive-series mixers via FireWire. Next came StudioLive Remote for iPad, which provides wireless control of StudioLive mixers.
QMix works by networking one or more iPhones wirelessly with a Mac or PC, enabling QMix to remotely access Virtual StudioLive to control one or more FireWire-connected StudioLive mixers. As each iPhone connects to the network, its copy of QMix will discover all StudioLive mixers on the network, enabling each musician to create an aux mix that includes all mixer channels. QMix lets the engineer set permissions so that each iPhone on the network only controls a specified mix.
QMix will be a free download from the Apple App Store and is expected to be available in January 2012.
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