Lectrosonics has announced the release of V2.0 control software for the company’s ASPEN Series processors.
New V2.0 offers a new and more intuitive GUI designed by Lectrosonics senior software developer Yuri Potapov, based on the Microsoft Silverlight platform.
Specifically, the re-designed software now provides full screen and GUI scalability with real-time response, allowing users to take advantage of high resolution displays for faster system workflow.
In addition, V2.0 incorporates an integrated macro editor with ‘fast jump’ editing, which enables the programmer to jump easily from one macro to another for faster editing with full cut and paste capability. The macro recorder is also fully visible during editing.
Full system matrix visibility means that all cross points in all ASPEN processor units are fully visible and configurable from the master unit view, fostering faster and easier system routing. Each cross point shows gain, mode, polarity, and mute state at a glance.
The Integrated Command Terminal provides easy confirmation of control system codes while remaining within the software’s GUI.
The new software also provides simultaneous project and connected system views, which facilitates easy comparison of a saved system file against the settings in a connected system. Now, integrators can use their library of existing jobs on the computer to construct a new system with part, or all, of their previously saved configurations.
And, the software incorporates a variety of easy online features, including fast, free upgrades and online help. These capabilities ensure users will always have constant, up-to-date information and capabilities.
Gordon Moore, Lectrosonics vice president of sales, states, “Yuri integrated into this new interface virtually every request we’ve had from the field for desired features and capabilities. Aspen 2.0 allows an incredibly faster and much more intuitive system configuration. This new software functions the way one actually works during a system setup in the field—following the natural workflow for a DSP configuration. I’m using it now in my own church for real-time system control.”
The new V2.0 software update for Lectrosonics ASPEN Series processors is available now and can be downloaded here.