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Broadcast Software International Simian Remote for iPhone
Automation control app
With this remote access, users can connect to Simian 2.2 Pro on a PC at the studio using an iPhone to control live playback, edit program logs, perform live assist functions, initiate hotkey playback, adjust mixer levels, record voice tracks, load trigger sets and more. It shows the complete program log. When used on a remote broadcast, songs can be remotely loaded as needed. Triggers can be used to remotely fire events or control equipment, such as turning a console channel on to enable a codec feed. Remote voice tracking provides the intro and segue cuts so the voice track can be adjusted to customize the finished voice track.
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■ "A really easy way to access the automation."
■ "Voice tracking from an iPhone? Cool."
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