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Out Board Debuting TiMax PanSpace Sound Effects Application At PL+S 2013
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Out Board is debuting the new TiMax2 SoundHub PanSpace graphical sound-effects pan programming application, which works in conjunction with the S-Version TimeLine editor, at this week’s Prolight+Sound 2013 show in Frankfurt (Hall 8, Stand A02).

Users can create multiple fully-editable pan trajectories in any cue, which can animate multichannel audio from TiMax SoundHub’s internal hard-disk or integrate with external audio and MIDI/MTC trigger sources such as QLab. 

Aimed at theatre and live events sound designers as well as AV, museum and attraction integrators, S-Version showcontrol functions include Timeline cue programming with a variety of showcontrol Trigger and Event formats. Powerful multitrack audio playback functions include clip editing, looping, timeslip, mix automation and archiving, plus the object-based delay-pan programming pioneered by TiMax.

Also demonstrated will be the new TiMax Tracker Touring Version configuration, which has recently completed a major German arena tour of Peter Maffay’s Tabaluga with PoolGroup GmbH. This performer-tracking system follows actors or presenters to control audio localisation, playback, lighting and media servers.

The new Touring Version features fully ruggedized and weatherproofed TT Sensors and rackmount POE Combiner Hub which allows quick and simple installation cabling.

TiMax SoundHub is a multichannel system matrix and playback server for theatre and opera sound, live events, AV installations, nightclubs, attractions and museums plus corporate, retail and themed environments. It comprises a scaleable matrix mix engine from 16 to 64 channels in/out with up to 64-tracks of random access audio playback in a single 2U chassis. Options include networking such as MADI, Ethersound, CobraNet and Audinate Dante. 

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