Audio Processors Digital Signal Processor
Modules to controls the Biamp Tesira.
Posted by Jeff McAleer on 24th May 2016
v1.7 seems to be working very well, but just be warned you need to set your instance ID tags carefully, especially within the VoIP block. The string parsing where it checks instance id tags is just a find string on the whole response, not a fully parsed check against only the part of the string that should contain the instance ID tag.
This means that if your instance ID tag for the Dialer block is completely contained within the ID Tag for the Control/Status block, the project will not work. I ran into this on a project where the client programmed their own Tesira file and chose the ID "VOIP" for their Dialer Block and "VOIPCS" for the control status block. Find checking for "VOIP" always returned success, so it interpreted every response as coming from the Dialer block and therefore assumed there wasn't a Control Status block and never completed initialization. Changing the ID tag to VOIPDIALER and VOIPCS solved the problem completely.
Not really a "bug", per se, but definitely something to be aware of when you're setting up your files.
Posted by Jubal on 22nd Jan 2015
Can you have also Module for equalizer. its really appreciated if you have too
Posted by Brian Stabinger on 16th Jan 2015
Excellent job! I've used this extensively, and on large, demanding projects. Being able to manage separate processor blocks is a real bonus.
My only request would be to have the ability to subscribe to meter/RMS blocks. That would be a killer feature.
Posted by Jonathan on 3rd Nov 2014
I like the minding behind the module and I love Biamp products. The module is stable with a lot of information that is sent back to make sure everything is communicating.
Here are a couple of problems that I've been dealing with:
-There are no Phantom, Polarity and Highpass(the bypass button). These are parameters that are usefull in pro audio installation.
If I use the volume up and down on a level module, it take about 30 seconds to go from -100 to + 12db. For me a ramp should never exceed 5 seconds to get from min to max.
I tried putting a slider on an level module but the module is to
slow to respond to a natural finger movement.
For the rest, I love it!