Jupiter is a turnkey audio processing platform drawing its
inspiration from the apps paradigm of smartphones like Apple's iPhone. Jupiter hardware is available in three versions differing only in their input/output counts.
The free software used to configure Jupiter hardware runs on the Windows operating system. Within the main application shell, a user selects the desired app. The selected apps main screen presents a view of the overall signal flow and processing modules. Clicking on a module reveals a concise graphic representation of complex audio processing that is easily understood.
Jupiter apps are built from an extensive library of signal processors including gain sharing and gating auto-mixers, matrix mixers, feedback fighters, ambient SPL computers and filters (including FIR), to name just a few.
The Jupiter hardware configurations match up with specific system
input/output requirements: Jupiter 4 is four in and four out; Jupiter 8 is eight in and eight out; while Jupiter 12 provides 12 inputs and four
outputs. All inputs are software-selectable for line- or mic-levels with
phantom power. Supported external controllers include Symetrix ARC wall panels, binary or analog control voltage inputs and outputs, and IP control of virtually all app parameters.