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TM7 and TM9 update

TM7 and TM9 update

TM7 and TM9 update

Dante added to TM7 and TM9 TouchMonitor audio meters

New versions of RTW’s TouchMonitor TM7 and TM9 audio meters now add Dante/AES67 across 32 channels and redundant network support. A TouchMonitor with Dante connectivity is able to monitor up to 32 audio channels at sample rates up to 96kHz. Apart from measuring critical audio-related factors such as loudness, true peak, correlation and frequency distribution, users also get instant and visible feedback on the overall status of the audio network. This reportedly allows for quick troubleshooting and identification of potential problems that may cause critical downtime. TouchMonitor TM7s and TM9s with Dante compatibility automatically detect and adapt to Dante channel names to simplify routing when setting up the audio metering system on the network.

RTW has also released version 4.1 of its plug-in suites, introducing a new licensing system that is server-based and shareable. The multi-seat licences can be installed on a server and shared across a local area network, which will reportedly benefit large facilities in terms of production workflows with multiple contributors. Two multi-seat licences are available: two seats and 10 seats. A dedicated stereo-only version will also be available, while the surround versions of the plug-in suites will still include stereo operation. The multichannel features of the surround plug-ins have also been improved, as the surround version now aligns with the Pro Tools channel layout from mono and up to eight channels. A new channel activity indicator is said to make it easier for users to set up their multichannel workflows. Version 4.1 is compatible with the latest operating systems, including macOS Mojave and Windows 10.



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