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Apogee Control USB Remote next to Symphony I/O Mk II on a desk
Apogee Control Hardware Remote
Apogee Control Remote Front 3 Quarters
Apogee Control Hardware Remote - Bottom
Apogee Control USB Remote next to Symphony I/O Mk II on a desk

Apogee Control

$249.00

USB Hardware Remote

With Apogee Control, you can use hardware to control software for your Symphony I/O Mk II, Ensemble, or Element. With 8 customizable buttons and one large rotary knob, you can create a workflow to select between studio monitors, toggle talkback, dim playback, and more.

FAQ

What controls are offered by the Apogee Control? arrow down

The hardware remote offers a large encoder knob (as found on Symphony I/O), three encoder focus buttons and 8 user-assignable buttons. The three focus buttons and encoder allow quick adjustment of all analog inputs and outputs, while the 8 user-assignable buttons offer a wide variety of controls:

  • Mute-Dim-Sum to Mono of any or all outputs
  • Set Reference Speaker Level
  • Toggle Speaker Sets (88 only)
  • Engage Talkback
  • Set Analog input parameters
  • Direct select analog inputs
  • Open Element Control
Can the USB remote control low-latency mixers? arrow down

The initial version doesn’t support low latency mixer control, though this may be added based on user feedback.

What are the assignable buttons by factory default? arrow down

The factory default assignments are:

  • 1 – Clear Meters
  • 2 – Dim Speakers
  • 3 – Toggle Speaker Sets
  • 4 – Toggle Main Source
  • A – Launch Symphony Control
  • B – Mono Speakers
  • C – Set Main Out to Reference
  • D – Momentary Talkback
Which Apogee products is the Control compatible with? arrow down

It is compatible with our Thunderbolt interfaces, including Symphony Mk II, Ensemble, and Element.

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