By PSW Staff • June 10, 2019 Allen & Heath Custom Control editor being used to configure the Custom Control app. Allen & Heath has released Custom Control, a customizable, cross-platform control app created to provide control over its dLive installed audio systems. Integrators can now freely design multiple user interfaces for systems built on the dLive engine, tailored to different user levels and/or device types. For example, a bartender can be presented with a simple phone interface, while the AV operator can access uncluttered levels and routing on their tablet, but more comprehensive control when using their laptop. The design of the app interface is via Custom Control editor software for Windows and Mac OS. Access to all levels, mutes and sends is provided, together with preset recall, source selection and metering. Tabs can be configured for easy access to multiple control pages or zones. Once complete, the configuration is uploaded to the core of the system, the MixRack, ready for deployment. Any device running the Custom Control app can log into the system with a given user profile, at which point the correct user interface is instantly downloaded and displayed. This allows for both kiosk applications and BYOD use, since the configuration is deployed on demand. Users can be password protected for added security. Installation product manager, Martijn Verkerk welcomed the new software and app, commenting, “The name says it all – Custom Control empowers users by giving them the exact controls they need. Using Custom Control editor, the integrator can even tailor the design of the interface to seamlessly blend into the look and feel of the venue.” The Custom Control app is available for free on iOS, Android, Windows and Mac operating systems. Allen & Heath Tagged with: Allen & Heath Apps Custom Control dLive · all topics Subscribe to Live Sound International Subscribe to Live Sound International magazine. Stay up-to-date, get the latest pro audio news, products and resources each month with Live Sound.