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OSC / MIDI controller for iPhone / iPod Touch / iPad from PreSonus belonging to the StudioLive series.

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PreSonus' StudioLive Remote software for the Apple iPad is now available.

 

You can now have wireless remote control of PreSonus StudioLive-series digital mixer's channels, auxes, effects, subs and Fat Channel processors. These functions can be controlled by the front-of-house sound person, but custom aux mixes can be simultaneously adjusted by a performer with an iPad, the company says.

 

StudioLive Remote, available free from the iPad Apps store, provides wireless control over PreSonus Virtual StudioLive software for Mac and Windows, which in turn controls the StudioLive mixer.
"You can put your StudioLive mixer on stage, grab your iPad, running StudioLive Remote; and stroll to the back of the hall to adjust the main and aux mixes, channel settings, Fat Channel processing, effects, and graphic EQs," the company explains.
StudioLive Remote is presented as a true iPad app, not a port. It is designed to provide multiple views of the key StudioLive mixer controls. The Overview displays the most-used parameters, such as channel levels, mutes, panning, EQ curves, and more for multiple channels at once. You can click for a close-up view of Fat Channel processing, and navigate between gate, compressor, EQ, and so on.
The Aux view shows you the levels, panning, and Fat Channel processing for the Aux sends and internal FX buses.
Check out www.presonus.com for more details.
EDIT : The app is now online and available on the AppStore.
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