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DiGiCo software update offers numerous improvements for users

V1742 enables Quantum338 and Quantum225 owners to harness DiGiCo’s new Pulse software extension, and an increase in Mustard processing

DiGiCo has announced the latest software release, version 1742, designed for all SD and Quantum consoles, replacing the previous V1619, which was rolled out a year and a half ago.

The V1742 enables Quantum338 and Quantum225 owners to harness DiGiCo’s optional new Pulse software extension, released this January, increasing their number of input channels, busses, and Mustard and Nodal processors. V1742 will also offer Quantum7 and Quantum5 customers an increase in Mustard processing numbers for free.

The new software also allows DiGiCo users to benefit from KLANG’s also-new KOS 5.5 upgrade, which permits standalone console integration without requiring a separate KLANG control PC to run KLANG:app. KOS 5.5 brings enhancements, including a setup process that automatically detects the console and reduces setup time. Other amenities include automatic console aux and aux node mapping/naming, as well as automatic show file load and save.

DiGiCo’s V1742 release provides support for utilising an internal Fourier Interface Card. Furthermore, the software broadens compatibilities with two more manufacturers’ immersive audio platforms, offering worksurface control of Meyer Sound’s Spacemap Go and Adamson’s FletcherMachine.

Other benefits include:

  • Mix Minus added to Quantum consoles
  • Mustard Dynamics now displayed on Quantum meterbridge
  • Control Group and hard Mute indicators have been added to meterbridge multi-layer view for the SD7/Quantum7 and SD5/Quantum5
  • KLANG positions now have a separate recall scope
  • Support of Quantum852 session conversion
  • Support for DMI-AVB card
  • Other features and fixes

“V1742 represents our R&D department’s bespoke solutions to insightful customer requests over the past couple of years as well as DiGiCo’s continuing initiatives to broaden connections and interoperability with top industry partners,” said Austin Freshwater, MD, DiGiCo. “We’re excited for our users to experience the versatility and muscle that this new software version carries, and we look forward to continuing to help them delight their artists and audiences alike with stellar mixes.”