“As a mix engineer, being able to identify elements to operate on with speed and precision made mixing this complex band easier, faster and even more fun. The performance was easily my favorite Bon Iver show in the past three years. We accomplished a beautiful, huge, wide, immersive, engaging presentation of the band’s music, and it turned out magnificent!”
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New features in L-ISA Controller v 2.5
- L-ISA Studio: Windows version is available
- L-ISA Controller:
- Soundscape: new navigation pane on the right.
- Levels Control: added freely assignable User Faders and Mute button for each level fader.
- Routing settings: added Fader and Trim settings parameters for User Faders.
- Speaker settings: added new buttons for activating/deactivating speakers and for duplicating multiple speakers.
- L-ISA Controller Free has OSC outputs activated when connected to a Processor hardware.
- Added new OSC API commands.
- L-ISA Processor hardware: an Output Delay can be added to a Processor hardware output signal to timealign two Processors.
- Redesigned embedded help with improved navigation and search features.
Features in L-ISA Controller v 2.4
- L-ISA Studio: L-ISA free license includes binaural outputs using L-ISA Processor Desktop.
- A simplified view of Hive open source AVDECC controller can be launched from the Menu bar to connect AVB streams to the L-ISA Processor II.
- Configuration Store/Recall:
Available only on L-ISA processor hardware.
Possibility to store up to 20 configurations on the processor.
Possibility to lock each configuration on the processor with a PIN code.
Forgotten PIN codes can be reset by following a challenge procedure with L-Acoustics support.
L-ISA Controller can open a session stored on the processor.
Third-party devices can recall a configuration using REST API. Refer to the L-ISA Processor REST API Technical Bulletin.
Remote operators can recall a configuration using a web browser.
L-ISA Controller or a third-party device can wake up an L-ISA Processor II (Wake-on-Lan command).
Processor can boot from a selected configuration.