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Soundscape snaps into place with Gareth Owen Sound tool

Soundscape snaps into place with Gareth Owen Sound tool

Soundscape snaps into place with Gareth Owen Sound tool

d&b audiotechnik has partnered with Gareth Owen Sound on the launch of En-Snap, cue automation software that aids in the creation of immersive mixes in Soundscape. The German manufacturer has been working with the renowned sound designer and his team to bring the En-Snap tool free of charge to registered Soundscape users.

“The public launch of En-Snap is of huge significance to Soundscape users everywhere,” commented Owen. “It provides a seamless and efficient way to integrate Soundscape into show programming and operations, greatly reducing the amount of time sound designers and engineers spend in the production phase.”

En-Snap enables cue-based control within the d&b Soundscape environment. The software tool connects directly to the d&b DS100 Signal Engine and, with a single click, stores the parameter values of all 64 sound objects and any En-Space room emulation setting as an En-Snap cue. User-specified transition time and recall safe functions in every cue ensure seamless user options for scenes and applications. En-Snap sound cues can be manually operated as well as integrated into automated production workflows, by cue recall, via OSC and MIDI timecode for up to two DS100s simultaneously.

The software is described as an important creative tool for projects of any size from musical theatre to live concerts and corporate events. “By partnering with Gareth Owen Sound, we continue to expand the possibilities of Soundscape for the needs of creatives, designers and the market,” said Georg Stummer, d&b audiotechnik product manager. “It is important that we plan ahead for when performances restart in 2021. The introduction of En-Snap to the Soundscape environment will bring productions to life faster, with even more creativity, flexibility and functionality.”



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