5. Submix Output Linking
Any Jupiter app that has a matrix has the ability to link together outputs of that matrix for volume control. This is done in the External controller Wizard. When assigning a volume parameter to an ARc, choose the first option in the list, Create New: Matrix Submix Master Gain Fader. Then click on the paper- and-pencil icon on the right to select which channels are to be linked. Any combination is possible. now those submix masters will be linked together with a single volume change.
The ARc-pS is a hub with 8 ARc ports that is handy for providing data and power to many ARcs. To use with Jupiter, simply wire one end of a cAT-5 cable to the 3 pin RS-485 terminal on the back of the ARc-pS. A = pin 4, B= pin 5, Ground = pin 6. Keep the RJ-45 end of the cAT-5 intact for connection to the Jupiter ARc port. no further configuration is required and the network of ARcs will now be available for programming in the Jupiter software.
After dialing in a module, like an EQ or compressor, you can copy and paste those exact settings to another module of the same type. From the home screen, simply ctrl+click on the module with the settings you want, then drag to the empty module and release. If done properly, you will see the mouse pointer with a plus (+) sign before you release the button over the blank module. open the module and you will see the new settings in place.
The Jupiter folder on your computer (typically at c:\program Files\Symetrix\ Jupiter\bin) has within it an application called Symnet Remote Terminal. originally only available with Symnet software, Remote Terminal is now also bundled with Jupiter, too. Simply launch Remote Terminal, enter the Ip address of the Jupiter device, then give it a control command. The command is anything you would send from a 3rd party controller. (Tip: Enter “Info” to get a readout of the unit’s vital signs, or “Fu” to flash the unit’s front panel lEDs.)
For additional Jupiter programming tips, contact Symetrix technical support at email@example.com.