TTA, the company behind the Stagetracker FX tracking and localisation system, is to team up with Figure 53 over the integration of Stagetracker FX into QLab show control software.

The Pro Light & Sound expo will see the introduction of Stagetracker Cue to the QLab package. Controlling one audio input in the Stagetracker Matrix, this allows a sound effect to be flown around onstage, or anywhere else in the auditorium, using the Stagetracker Matrix for  localisation. Stagetracker Cue also opens up options for controlling live audio inputs, making it easy to localise live audio from wireless microphones in QLab. All this is fully integrated in the QLab play list.

In addition to tracking audio from actors’ microphones, sound designers can can create advanced sound effects in QLab and have them follow the performers’ movements, or fly them between performers on stage. At any time, Stagetracker Cues can be fired from QLab to control performers’ localisation outside the tracked stage area, exploiting all the benefits of a complete Stagetracker matrix using controllable delay, level and EQ.

Stagetracker FX has the capability to handle 32 performers, all of which can be tracked and localised independently within the software. Now featuring two operational modes – Zone mode and Pan Between Points (PbP) – the Stagetracker FX matrix is tagetting touring productions and venues without an extensive distributed sound system.

While Zone mode is designed to work with a distributed sound system, where every loudspeaker covers a small area of audience, the new PbP mode is intended for use with line array systems. PbP mode offers vastly simplified and streamlined system set-up, which can be completed quickly and without the skills of a trained technician. Stagetracker FX is pre-calibrated for fast set-up, as with a touring production –TTA claims PbP mode offers ‘complete plug-and-play status’.

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