Movek is set to launch myMix Control, a web-based software tool for audio network control of myMix systems, at InfoComm 2012.
The company, which was founded by former president of Bosch Communication Systems Mathias von Heydekampf, introduced myMix – a networked personal monitoring and multi-track recording system - as a problem-solving tool across applications where critical audio is required, including houses of worship, theatres, recording studios, concert sound, fixed installations and commercial sound applications.
With the launch of myMix Control, the company aims to offer engineers optimum flexibility for support, design and operation. It is designed to streamline the configuration and support for larger systems used in concert sound, fixed installations and large commercial sound applications. Remote-control configuration and the archiving of set-ups is intended to reduce expenses by saving time, while offering engineers more control over performer or installation settings.
Heydekampf commented: “Yes, we are control freaks. Remote control freaks. Remote control capability adds a cool factor to anything but for us, it only made sense to pursue something that would be functional and flexible. It had to be purposeful, not just cool. With myMix Control, engineers get it all. They will be amazed at how easy it is to use and the features it offers. myMix Control is ideal for operating larger systems with constant set up changes, like theaters or production companies, but also allows fast and easy configuration of myMix devices in commercial and fixed install applications. Users can log in from anywhere, back up an entire system, as well as edit, configure or lock units on the network. Fast, simple, cost eliminating—myMix Control is going to push the performance and versatility of myMix to a new level.”
To learn more about myMix CONTROL, a press conference will be held in the hospitality room of the Las Vegas Hotel at 4:30 pm on Thursday, June 14th. To RSVP, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.Article continues below
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