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RTA updated for SQ series

RTA updated for SQ series

RTA updated for SQ series

New workflow options for DCA centric mixing include an instant spill of DCA members across channel strips and layers

Allen & Heath has launched V1.5 firmware for its 96kHz SQ series, adding updates for the RTA and a new, independent RTA for per channel use. The channel RTA provides a display on PEQ and GEQ processing screens; a fixed channel option; display and averaging options; max/peak indication (with “hold” possible); a prominent frequency indication; PEQ bar or line modes; and an LF damping option to represent “real-world energy”.

New workflow options for DCA centric mixing include an instant spill of DCA members across channel strips and layers; jump in and out of DCA spill; on-screen spill indication; SoftKey options for individual DCAs; and SoftKey for “spill on select” mode.

Sample rate conversion has been added for both USB connections, with a new 48kHz option added for SQ-Drive and USB-B. Record or playback is available for up to 32 channels using SQ-Drive and users can record only patched channels to save on storage space. There is a new USB input/output meters page and customers can remix old 48kHz DAW projects.

Following customer requests, HPF and LPF options have been added on all input and output PEQs. Users can cut high and/or low frequencies on monitors and “clean up” noisy input signals. New slope settings for dedicated input HPF and RackFX add-ons have also been added. Further add-ons include Hypabass, a very low distortion sub-harmonic synthesiser that can generate infra (18–36Hz) and sub-bass (36–70Hz) from sources with a weaker low end; Bucket Brigade, a stereo analogue delay model with the signal degradation and feedback nonlinearities of vintage bucket brigade chip technology; and Echo, a faithful reproduction of the classic tape echo unit, including harmonic content when driven, record head saturation and frequency warping when adjusting repeat rate.



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