Apogee Control

Remote for Element Series and Symphony I/O Mk II interfaces

RRP: £189.00 inc VAT


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MEET APOGEE CONTROL

Sometimes, it just feels right to have hardware control at your fingertips – we know, we pioneered this approach with Apogee Duet. With the Apogee Control hardware remote, you have 8 buttons and a control knob that you can configure to control a wide range of settings. Apogee Control hardware remote connects directly to your Mac using a simple USB cable.


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MAIN FEATURES

• 8 Configurable buttons
• 1 Control knob
• 3 Direct select buttons for input, headphone and speaker control

Requirements

Connection: USB port on Thunderbolt-equipped Mac
Memory: 4 GB RAM minimum, 8 GB recommended
OS: 10.10 or greater
Controls Apogee Element Series audio interfaces*


*Apogee Control Sold Separately from Element


  • Hardware remote accessory for Symphony I/O Mk II and Element series I/O interfaces
  • Symphony-inspired control knob plus input, headphones and speaker control knob focus buttons for lighting access to input and output levels
  • 8 user-assignable buttons offer a variety of functions
    - Analogue Input control - input type, 48V, soft limit, group, polarity
    - Analogue Output control - mute, dim, sum to mono, speaker set selection, reference level
    - Engage Talkback
    - Launch Control software app
  • Connects to Mac with supplied USB cable
  • Compatible with Symphony I/O Mk II, Element 24 / 46 / 88 audio interfaces

Apogee Control Remote Tutorial

Hi and welcome back to the Apogee Element Series Video Tutorials In this video, we introduce the Apogee Control hardware remote accessory, and demonstrate some of the ways it enhances your workflow. If you absolutely, positively must have a physical control under your fingertips, then you’ll want to check out Apogee Control. Using just the 3 Control Knob focus buttons and the large Control knob, you can access any Element level setting with just a few taps. For example, to set Input gain, tap the Input focus button once, then turn the control knob to the desired gain setting. The selected input is indicated in the Remote’s LED window and in Element Control using the orange Focus ring. To choose another input, simply tap the input focus button repeatedly until the desired input is selected. The headphone output levels are just as easily accessed using the headphone focus button, which toggles through all available headphone outputs. The speaker focus button provides instant control over the speaker level, a handy feature when you need to adjust volume quickly. The eight user-assignable buttons plus the Control Knob tap can be set to perform a wide variety of operations, some of which are exclusive to the hardware remote. To assign button functions, open Element Control software, then click the Toolbar Remote button or choose Remote in the Window menu. In the Assignments window, click on any button to assign its function. There’s a very wide variety of functions available, input settings such as Analog level, 48 volt phantom power, soft limit and more. You can even set button so they directly select specific inputs for the most immediate access. Also available are typical Monitoring functions like mute, dim and sum to mono, Reference level set, Talkback, and speaker switching on Element 88. You can even launch Element Control software with a button. So, if you can’t live without hardware buttons and knobs, Apogee Control is the best way to provide instant access your Element series interface from right under your fingertips.

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