New Update: Phantom Power, Mic vs Line Sources & More

We’re happy to bring you an exciting new SoundcheckPro update that includes many new features and improvements. Notably, Phantom Power, Mic vs Line Sources! Users have been requesting these features. Now, it’s finally here. The microphone selection menu has received some well deserved attention. A mic will now reduce its file player signal by at…

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Patchbays Made Simple

If you’re not prepared for what you’re looking at, patchbays could be very confusing. This article will breakdown patchbays into simplest form. No mattter what . Do I Need to Know About Patchbays? For a producer or engineer using analog equipment, absolutely. For live sound engineers, It may not be considered “essential”. However, many will…

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Route A DAW Through a Console in SoundcheckPro

Using a virtual console simulation is useful when practicing away from the hardware. The DAW however, is an essential component for recording and playback in a physical environment. SoundcheckPro offers a “virtual DAW” that serves as a representation of a DAW receiving and sending audio back onto a console. It is possible to further enhance…

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Interview with Sound Design Live

Sound Design Live · Building Virtual Mix Environments for Education We had the great opportunity to meet with ‘Sound Design Live’ to discuss starting out in sound and building virtual mix simulations for education. This interview really goes back in the history of SoundcheckPro and background of the founder & developer, Sam Fisher. There is…

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New Console ~ SteeV88

In-line with trends from the previous semester, SoundcheckPro users have collectively achieved over 2-Million actions that include parameter changes on mixing consoles and devices as well as patchbay connections. In particular there are over 250,000 patchbay connections made. During a time when access to music technology was globally restricted. To celebrate with our users, a…

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Update v1.4 Released

A fresh SoundcheckPro update has just been released. It includes a wide variety of changes, the major of which are detailed below. This is a free update available in-app. However, the features listed here require either a semester or yearly subscription. Upgrade your account here. New Console Introduced ~ SteeV88 That’s right! A new desk…

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The new SoundcheckPro WebApp For Browsers & Mobile Devices

Xena is a ‘hardware-style mixer’ that is freely avaialble in the browser. Designed for middle schools and high schools who are restricted to chromebooks or ipads. They were not able to use the standard version of SoundcheckPro until now. All that is required is a modern browser. Xena will run on iphones, ipads, chromebooks, android…

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Free Webinar: Introducing Students to “Hardware Style Mixers” With Virtual Apps (K-12)

Explore the free resources of “SoundcheckPro”. Teach younger students about audio mixers fro, the browser , mobile devices or chromebooks. About this Event This session explore the free resources available within “SoundcheckPro” including the new web app which runs in browsers, mobile devices or chromebooks. Suitable for training entry level students starting from scratch. Another…

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A New Method of Teaching Signal Flow for Distance Learning

Introduction The FALL 2020 semester saw many different styles of teaching signal flow and console operations. This was the first time these topics have ever been forced to be taught in remote online settings. Under the circumstances, by far one of the best implementations was displayed by Montgomery Country Community College (Mc3). They held classes…

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