JoeCo Releases New JoeCoRemote App

Remote control of BlackBox Recorder or Player enhanced      27/06/14

JoeCo Releases New JoeCoRemote App



BlackBox Recorder manufacturer JoeCo has announced that a new version of its JoeCoRemote software app for iPad is now available to download from the iTunes App Store. They say that v2.0 software features a new Monitor window and more efficient communication.

JoeCoRemote for iPad enables remote control and operation of any 24- or 64-channel BlackBox Recorder or Player. In addition to the standard input metering display, this latest software release includes a new, dedicated Monitor window offering real-time monitor mix control. The window features expandable channel strips with graphic faders, pan, PFL, solo and mute controls. This enables a separate headphone monitor mix to be easily created.

The new software also features more robust signaling between the JoeCoRemote hardware interface and the software app, leading to more efficient communication in both wireless and wired set-ups. Preliminary support for JoeCo's forthcoming BlackBox BBR1MP Recorder with integrated mic preamps is included too, with a demo display of the mic pre control window.

In order to run the full working version of the JoeCoRemote v2.0 app, a JoeCoRemote hardware interface is required. Users will also need to install the latest BlackBox system software – v3.1.22 – on their recorder or player. This is now available for download from the End User area of the JoeCo website.

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