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Sonicue updated to v1.2

Sonicue updated to v1.2

Sonicue updated to v1.2

Sonicue 1.2 adds customisation features for user control panels and system logic for advanced tasks

The latest software release (1.2) for Dynacord’s Sonicue sound system software expands the scope of the solution by adding full support for the new MXE5 matrix mix engine, completing the sound system by providing input, routing and mixing functionality, in addition to DSP functions. When integrated with Dynacord’s IPX series amplifiers, MXE5 can serve as a system head for overall system supervision, monitoring and control, while the system logic supports communication with other Open Control Architecture (OCA) devices, including third-party products. Running as independent apps on desktop PCs and the TPC-1 touch panel controller, Sonicue 1.2 adds customisation features for user control panels and system logic for advanced tasks.

The software’s new control panel designer is described as a comprehensive toolbox that allows the creation of standalone, lockable applications. The design of the user interfaces is customisable and assignable with different functions according to the required user type, such as system and sound engineers, facility managers or service personnel in hospitality areas. Together with the new system logic and customising functions, the applications can be loaded with dynamic content for specific application modes. The update also includes an activated update routine for loudspeaker databases and an overview that displays the current firmware versions of all supported devices.

In addition to the Sonicue updates, Dynacord has also made third-party loudspeaker presets from popular manufacturers available inside the software, expanding the lineup of third-party loudspeaker options for integration into Sonicue. A complete list of supported brands is available on the manufacturer’s website.



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