FiberPlex Releases LightViper YamMon Software

Annapolis Junction, MD (April 27, 2007)--FiberPlex has released its LightViper YamMon software program, which is designed to allow users of non-Yamaha audio production consoles to be able to remotely control Yamaha's AD8HR digital microphone preamplifiers from a laptop computer. When used in conjunction with the LightViper 4832 system, the YamMon software provides a remote-control solution for Yamaha AD8HR preamps.
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Annapolis Junction, MD (April 27, 2007)--FiberPlex has released its LightViper YamMon software program, which is designed to allow users of non-Yamaha audio production consoles to be able to remotely control Yamaha's AD8HR digital microphone preamplifiers from a laptop computer. When used in conjunction with the LightViper 4832 system, the YamMon software provides a remote-control solution for Yamaha AD8HR preamps.
The new YamMon software is available directly from the FiberPlex website. A free demonstration copy of the program (single channel only) is available and may be downloaded for a limited time. The software allows users to control up to 255 AD8HR microphone preamp channels from a PC computer (a Mac OS version will be announced soon). The remote control works via Yamaha RS422 control protocol.

Software controls include the following: individual phantom power on/off; HP filter in/out and roll off frequency; individual channel level control in 1 dB steps; trim in 0.1 db steps; word clock settings: internal, external, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 88.2 kHz and 96 kHz; real-time metering of eight channels at a time; "copy all" functions allow one preamp configuration to be copied to other preamps; preamp and individual channel labels; save and recall all configurations.

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