Allen & Heath Debuts dLive Apps

Using tablets to mix in clubs, corporate events and houses of worship is all the rage these days, and meeting that demand, Allen & Heath has introduced a pair of new apps: dLive MixPad provides remote control of the live mix, while dLive OneMix focuses on personal monitoring.
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New York, NY (November 10, 2016)—Using tablets to mix in clubs, corporate events and houses of worship is all the rage these days, and meeting that demand, Allen & Heath has introduced a pair of new apps: dLive MixPad provides remote control of the live mix, while dLive OneMix focuses on personal monitoring.

dLive MixPad offers control over channel processing, including filters, gates, parametric and graphic EQ, compressors and input/output delays, and gives the user access to any of the mixer’s channel faders and mutes, DCA faders and mutes, pan, aux sends and assignments as well as mic-pre control and full metering.

Other features for system setup include a real time analyzer (RTA) to assist EQing monitors and PA, the facility to name and color channel strips, custom layers with drag ‘n drop strip setup, and channel PFL control for monitoring.

dLive OneMix is a version of the dLive MixPad app that locks control to a single aux monitor mix to give the musician customized personal monitor control without affecting the other monitors or FOH main mix. Multiple iPads can be set up by an Admin user to give the artists a custom set of controls.

Similarly, it is also possible to connect multiple MixPads to run in conjunction with a dLive Surface or Director software to provide simultaneous control, including independent PAFL buses. This function could enable one engineer to use the Surface to mix FOH and another an iPad to mix monitors on stage.

Allen & Heath
www.allen-heath.com