Meyer Sound believes that Spacemap Go has the widest reach of any spatial sound design and mixing tool
Meyer Sound has developed Spacemap Go, a spatial sound design and mixing tool that leverages the processing power of the Meyer Sound Galaxy Network Platform in an iPad app. The Spacemap Go iPadOS app has been designed to provide an easy-to-use touchpad interface for Spacemap multichannel panning using one or more connected iPads. According to manufacturer, with Spacemap Go anyone can design both simple and sophisticated multichannel installations without specialised training. With thousands of Galaxy processors worldwide, Meyer Sound believes that Spacemap Go has the widest reach of any spatial sound design and mixing tool. It can be implemented with a free update to Galaxy firmware and Compass control software. Users with existing Galaxy inventory need only supply one or more iPads as appropriate for the application.
With any combination of Galaxy 408 or Galaxy 816 using Milan AVB, AES3 or analogue as inputs and outputs, systems are quickly and easily configured by Spacemap Go. Spacemap systems can be configured for up to 32 inputs and as many outputs as are provided by the processors. Each Galaxy provides up to 232 matrix crosspoints.
Spacemap Go works well in live workflows, providing the power to make edits and plot panning in real time with a swipe of a finger. Open Sound Control (OSC) support provides integration with sound design software such QLab, as well as DAWs including Ableton Live, Pro Tools, Digital Performer, Logic Pro X and Reaper. RTTrPM protocol support allows integration with real-time tracking systems, including BlackTrax. Console plug-ins are in development.