New iPhone App brings Wi Fi remote control to SSL's X-Patch software controlled analogue patch bay 07/07/10
Affilliate Links help support the site
Solid State Logic has released their first iPhone App. The Remote Control For X-Patch can be downloaded for free from the iTunes App Store now. The X-Patch Remote Control searches a network over Wi-Fi for SSL's X-Patch devices. If your X-Patch is connected to a Wi fi network the Remote Control enables selection and recall of individual stored Logictivityâ„¢ Presets. There are up to 128 presets per X-Patch found, and where more than one X-Patch is found, each device can be independently selected and controlled. About X-Patch
X-Patch is designed to deliver the flexibility of plug-in style routing to boutique analogue signal processing. X-Patch allows analogue signal processing units to be built into favourite processing chains and then easily placed into signal paths, for example, favourite Mic Pre, EQ & Dynamics processors recalled as the perfect vocal chain at a single stroke.
At its heart, X-Patch is an 'intelligent' 16x16 SuperAnalogueâ„¢ audio routing matrix. Control of this sophisticated processing is made simple through SSL's unique Logictivity Browserâ„¢; this graphical interface allows the creation of X-Y routes and chains with all configurations able to be saved as presets.
In a studio environment X-Patch speeds up workflow and aids creativity by reducing the constant physical re-patching required when using only a patch bay for routing. Each X-Patch unit also has local MIDI IO for connection to footswitches and other utility MIDI program change devices. X-Patch Key Features
Inserts analogue processors into production workflow like plug-ins
Suited to studio production and live performance applications
Insert 'chains' can be created, saved and recalled
Browser software controls routing and set up
Ethernet connection to Mac or PC host computer
16 x 16 pure analogue routing matrix
Rear panel audio connection via 4 x 25 way D-Sub's
Front Panel combi inputs and XLR outputs for channels 1 & 2