RM Mixer Control
The Studio One Fat Channel plug-in Controls Fat Channel processing on the RM Mixers and in Studio One. Studio One offers an exclusive hybrid plug-in format that allows the Fat Channel plug-in to run either the RM Mixer’s onboard DSP engine, or on your computer’s processor in Studio One. So while you’re recording, the plug-in is running on the RM Mixer’s DSP. While you’re playing back, it’s running on your computer. This plug-in is automatically loaded into the mixer as soon as you select one of the analog inputs on your RM Mixer as the source for the track. (Note: This feature requires the latest version of Studio One v3. UC Surface must be running for Studio One v3 to remotely control your mixer’s DSP)
Click on the Apply DSP to Input Signal button in the upper left hand corner of the Fat Channel plug-in to record the Fat Channel settings with your audio:
To listen your recordings through the same Fat Channel processing as the audio you are monitoring, simply drag the DSP Fat Channel plugin down to the channel insert to load an instance of the native Fat Channel plugin.
By default, the “link to DSP” button will be enabled. This links the parameters between the native and DSP Fat Channel plug-ins. Editing either will change both.
As seen in the above screenshot, preamp, 48V, and phase controls are also available for RM Mixer channels in addition to Fat Channel control in Studio One v3 when UC Surface is running.
AI Console Control
Minus remote preamp control, the AI Console Fat Channel, 48V, and phase controls work exactly the same as shown for the RM Mixers above. Due to the fact that the AI Console mixers do not have recallable preamps, controlling them is not possible from UC Surface or Studio One v3.