Out Board offers new sound-effects pan programming application
Out Board has launched TiMax2 SoundHub PanSpace, a graphical sound-effects pan programming application which works in conjunction with the S-Version TimeLine editor.
Users can reportedly create multiple fully-editable pan trajectories in any Cue, which can animate multichannel audio from TiMax SoundHub’s internal hard-disk or integrate with external audio and Midi/MTC trigger sources such as QLab. Aimed at theatre and live events sound designers plus A/V, museum and attraction integrators, S-Version showcontrol functions include Timeline cue programming with a variety of showcontrol Trigger and Event formats. Multitrack audio playback functions include clip editing, looping, timeslip, mix automation and archiving, plus the object-based delay-pan programming.
Also new is the TiMax Tracker Touring Version configuration. This performer-tracking system follows actors or presenters to control audio localisation, playback, lighting and media servers. The new Touring Version features fully ruggedised and weatherproofed TT Sensors and rackmount POE Combiner Hub.
TiMax SoundHub is a multichannel system matrix and playback server. It comprises a scaleable matrix mix engine from 16 to 64 channels in/out with up to 64-tracks of random access audio playback in a single 2U chassis. Its feature-set includes linkable and storable input and output parametric EQ, assignable zone level control groups plus dynamic delay-matrixing for real-time audio localisation of performers, presenters, exhibits, signage and attractions, as well as 3D surround sound for effects and music. Auto-config plug and play networking allows control from multiple PC and Mac clients or touch-panels such as Crestron, AMX or Out Board’s new iPad server app. Options include networking such as Madi, Ethersound, CobraNet and Dante.