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Remote control with web browser application??

PostPosted: Sat Nov 08, 2014 01:16
by OlleGrane
I think I dreamed this, to the point where I believed it was reality. Searching the Pyramix 9 User Manual doesn´t resonate though.... :cry:
Only thing I can find is that it´s possible for one Pyramix system to control another one, over IP.

So every other program has an app to remote control faders, transport etc. :roll:
I thought I read somewhere that Merging was going for a web browser application that would be generic and thus, you´d be able to remote control Pyramix from any device with a web browser application and network connection. Be it wifi or ethernet. Be it a tablet, smartphone (well, just about any...), laptop etc.
This would be so much cooler than a dedicated app for a select set of systems (read iPad). :idea:

Anyway, I´ll continue to try and get my Neyrinck V-control to work with Pyramix (in the same smooth way it does with ProTools) ...

Re: Remote control with web browser application??

PostPosted: Sun Nov 09, 2014 02:21
by charlienyc
OlleGrane wrote:I thought I read somewhere that Merging was going for a web browser application that would be generic and thus, you´d be able to remote control Pyramix from any device with a web browser application and network connection. Be it wifi or ethernet. Be it a tablet, smartphone (well, just about any...), laptop etc.
This would be so much cooler than a dedicated app for a select set of systems (read iPad).


was it that you can control Horus through a web browser? that's certainly possible. using an iPad is also supposed to be possible. it's not the same as Pyramix control though.

Re: Remote control with web browser application??

PostPosted: Sun Nov 09, 2014 03:40
by OlleGrane
Right, that's it!
Thanks Charlie!
So I did imagine half of it...

Well Merging, this is your cue, will you pick up the challenge?!