JLCooper Eclipse PX combines a high-quality, three axis joystick with five touch-sensitive, push-button, rotary encoders, nine illuminated buttons and a three digit white LED display for indicating track number.
The controller can be connected to a computer, using its own built in 10/100 Ethernet interface (TCPIP and UDP supported) or to some other Eclipse units via internal expansion port. It can be physically attached to other Eclipse units using Eclipse Joiner Kit.
Eclipse PX is functionally identical to the Nuage Panner and can be used to directly control surround mixing in Steinberg Nuendo and other applications.
With its own custom software plug-in for Steinberg Nuendo, Eclipse PX provides precise control of all automatable surround automation parameters.
Controls include real time control and automation of Joystick X, Y, Global Divergence, Auto Orbit, Front Divergence, Rear Divergence, Center Distribution, Front-Rear Divergence, LFE Level, Manual Orbit and more.
Software developers can take advantage of the Eclipse PX as a stand alone unit or combine it with other Eclipse components to make a specialized controller for your specific needs.
Eclipse PX is also compatible with Pro Tools (Mac Only) and Logic Pro.
Direct support in Dolby ATMOS Tools 1.6 with Dolby ATMOS RMU.