Sound Cue System 9.5.3
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With SCS you can assemble all the cues you need in the order in which they are to be played. You can set the required level (volume), pan, length and speaker selection for each cue. Hot Keys are available for those sounds you may want to play at any time. Level Change cues can dynamically adjust cue levels; MIDI Send cues can send control messages to other equipment; and Play List cues can look after your pre-show and intermission music. Four license levels are available: SCS Lite, SCS Standard, SCS Professional and SCS Professional Plus.
1.Build and save a list of Audio File Cues
2.Assign the required level (volume) and pan for each cue
3.Loop audio file cues
4.Include Stop/Fade-Out Cues to terminate or fade-out cues when required
5.Play several audio files simultaneously
6.Set up Hot keys to play selected audio file cues at any time
7.Start cues by a mouse right-click or by clicking a 'Go' button on the screen. You can, for example, step through the cues for a show using a simple right-click on the mouse.
8.Include up to 40 cues per cue file.
9.Play List Cues for your pre-show and intermission music
10.Support up to two sound cards or channel pairs on a multi-channel card
11.Set start-at and end-at times within an audio file (so you can play just part of an audio file)
12.Level Change Cues enable you to automatically adjust another cue's level and/or pan over a specified time
13.Set up cues to auto-start at a time relative to the start or end of another cue.
14.Time-Based cues, triggered to start at a specified time of day - useful for unattended pre-show announcements.
15.Note Cues, to remind you of required other events or tasks, such as turning on house lights.
16.Video Cues for playing video files to a video projector or external display.
17.Include up to 80 cues per cue file.
18.Support for up to 8 sound cards or channels on a multi-channel card
19.MIDI control of cues using one of several methods including a subset of the MIDI Show Control (MSC) standard
20.RS232 control of cues
21.Control Send Cues that enable you to send MIDI control messages to an external device, such as for scene changes on a lighting board or a sound desk.
22.Support for ASIO audio drivers.
23.Unlimited number of cues per cue file.
24.Support for up to 16 sound cards or channels on a multi-channel card
25.Support for up to 8 output devices per audio file cue or sub-cue.
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