- by Jacob Coakley
Meyer Sound’s Galileo Callisto is a signal processing and loudspeaker management system designed for the precision calibration of Meyer Sound arrays. Building on the company’s original Galileo loudspeaker management system, Galileo Callisto features a set of new, specialized tools that streamline the deployment of the LEO large-scale line array loudspeaker system and M Series line array products.
Galileo Callisto shares the core I/O, performance and control features of the original Galileo, but also includes new tools:
· A U-Shaping filter that provides a sculpting tool for users to efficiently adjust the gain, width and slope;
· Delay integration in the Compass control software offers a quick alignment tool to ensure a coherent summation when combining different loudspeaker elements. Delay integration settings are currently available for LEO-M with MICA as downfill, MILO, M’elodie®, and MINA.
· Galileo Callisto allows simultaneous application of high- and low-pass filters in the output processing; giving users greater flexibility for artistic sound design.
· In addition to existing filters, Galileo Callisto has added two signal processing filters in the high- and low-pass filter settings: the Linkwitz-Riley and Butterworth.
· A direct routing option in Galileo Callisto allows users to address a single output individually, providing a greater degree of control for each element in a sound system.
To learn more about Galileo Callisto, visit: http://www.meyersound.com/products/processor_drive_systems/galileo_callisto/616/