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Feature Request- Remote app for controling cue mixes in S1

+21 votes
asked Jan 10, 2017 in Studio One Feature Requests by nicholaslund (360 points)
An app that could control cue mixes in S1 remotely like the QMIX app for Presonus studiolive mixers would be a great feature. I'd love to be able to give people the ability to control their cue mix in S1 with a tablet or smart phone when tracking without needing to invest in a digital mixer or specialized cue mix system.

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+4 votes
answered Jan 11, 2017 by mattcaprio (147,860 points)
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+1 vote
answered Jan 10, 2017 by Ultimatetone (420 points)
The Studio One Remote App appears to only allow up to 2 Cue Mixes at this time.
Aside from the obvious recording studio application, having a dedicated Studio One Remote Cue Mix app (that can run on an iPhone as well as an iPad) would also be great for Podcasters that have multiple guests (that bring their own iPhone/iPad?) and want to remotely adjust what they are hearing in their respective headphones, while limiting access to other parameters (like those parameters that can be currently accessed within the Studio One Remote App)
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answered Mar 12, 2017 by jaymelewis (240 points)
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answered Sep 8, 2017 by ragnarokzwei (230 points)
This is also exactly what I want. Studio One Remote is fine enough of they are a more experienced artist or a fellow engineer. It's confusing for an artist otherwise.
+1 vote
answered May 16, 2019 by troyturner (470 points)
It should also be able to be set up so that each musician has an ipad with only their own cue mix, so that they cannot accidentally affect anything else.
+1 vote
answered Jan 24, 2020 by xavierortizvivas (170 points)

This app idea is something i'm missing now in my studio. I know that the Presonus Earmix16 exists, but it's too expensive...imagine having 6 musicians in the studio... also, the Powerplay solution from ********* is quite expensive for a small studio.

I have an audio interface with lots of outputs, and I could do different mixes for every musician, but I miss to give them the possibility to control their own mix using their smartphones.