• SSL goes Live with V4.9 console release

    Following the release of the major V4.8 update at the beginning of 2019, SSL has now followed up with the latest Live V4.9 console and SOLSA software. This release includes a host of feature updates and performance enhancements including the addition of new Patch Manager for importing and exporting input patches, Talkback Groups, speed enhancements including scene recalls and Routing page navigation, plus numerous other workflow and functionality improvements.

    SSL’s SOLSA (SSL On/Off Line Setup Application) is a stand-alone version of the SSL Live console software that can be run on any suitable PC. It is designed for both Offline project set up and configuration and 'Online' real time control of a console.
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