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Yamaha StageMix for iOS Available

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Now available, StageMix is an application for the Apple iPad that provides remote control of Yamaha M7CL digital mixing console functions via a graphical interface from anywhere within wireless range.

 

The software has been designed to allow engineers to adjust monitor mixes from the performers’ positions on stage, controlling mix parameters via the iPad rather than having to rely on verbal directions to a second engineer. StageMix does not provide remote control of all M7CL parameters, but is focused on the requirements for adjusting monitor mixes on stage.

 

Controllable Parameters:

  • Sends on Faders
  • Input Channel Faders
  • Input Channel On/Off
  • Input Channel Parametric EQs
  • Input Channel Cue
  • Mix Master Faders
  • Mix Bus On/Off
  • Mix Bus Parametric EQs
  • Mix Bus Cue
  • Last Cue/Mix Cue Mode
  • Clear All Cues
  • Graphic EQs (*)

*Please note that this parameter may not be available in the initial release.

Display Only Parameters:

  • Input Channel Names
  • Input Channel Meters
  • Mix/Matrix Bus Names
  • Mix Bus Meters
  • EQ Input Meter
  • EQ Output Meter

 

Check it out here.

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