Allen & Heath merges control platforms from Crestron, Extron, and AMX by Harman

Allen & Heath recently released drivers for its Qu, SQ and dLive ranges, integrating sound control from Crestron, AMX by Harman and Extron platforms.

Based on the Allen & Heath TCP/IP control protocol, the drivers enable integration with third-party equipment and control sound systems, making it a leader in the music industry with its technology.

Now, Allen & Heath has made it available online. The drivers offer control modules for all key mix parameters and provide a starting point for building custom user interfaces in corporate, leisure, education and other installation applications, controlling the facilities’ sounds with integration technology. Control elements include levels and mutes for input and output channels. It also features a send or cross-point levels, and scene and preset recall. An example program is provided with each driver.

The AMX driver for Harman’s AMX controllers includes a Qu, dLive and SQ framework (scene recall only for SQ) and is available on the Allen & Heath website.

Two separate Crestron drivers are available for dLive and Qu mixers respectively on the Crestron Application Market.

Extron drivers for dLive and Qu are available on the Extron website.

“We worked hard to make sure integrators don’t have to!” commented Martijn Verkerk, Allen & Heath’s installation product manager. “Instead of typing hex strings and writing a control interface from scratch, system integrators can now make use of these modules and get a massive head start in creating simple, stylish user interfaces for their clients.”

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