December 13, 2012
The Apple iPad has quickly become more than just a tablet for reading books and watching video. It is now a fully functional tool for doing all sorts of things including controlling your home security system, creating music, or having control of your home entertainment system. The pro audio world has found new and interesting ways of incorporating the iPad as well. Keyboard controllers, audio interfaces, DJ controllers, and live sound mixers are all getting a tech facelift with the application of the iPad. One of the more practical and prominent uses has been the iPad’s ability to sync with digital mixing consoles to control everything from monitor mixes to EQ settings. We first saw this with the introduction of the Presonus StudioLive and the StudioLive Remote application.
Since we first saw this at Winter NAMM 2011, more mixing consoles have been showing up which allow for intuitive and wireless control …
DJ Scott Mad Flip
April 6, 2011
Presonus comes correct with their line of StuioLive mixers and the addition of the 16.0.2 to their range does well to maintain their elite status in the world of affordable digital mixing consoles. With its incredible signal-processing power on every channel, easy store and recall of every setting, and the ability to record it all with just two mouse clicks, you’ll get spoiled fast! Easier to use, better sounding, and flawlessly integrated with state-of-the-art software, it delivers the most creative environment possible for both live performance and studio music production.
The 16.0.2 comes bundled with Presonus Studio One recording software, Capture for live recording and Virtual StudioLive (VSL) for control of the 16.0.2 from Mac of Windows based computers. It also allows for iPad control using the Virtual StudioLive Remote application which we previewed at Winter NAMM here. It is also compatible with all of the major DAW recording …