The Zen Studio+ mobile app is specifically designed to work with Antelope Audio's Zen Studio+ 12-Mic Pres Audio Interface. Download this app and turn your iOS device into a pro audio interface remote control. Zen Studio+ Remote allows both the engineer and the producer to operate the device's main features.
Zen Studio+ Remote offers:
• Preamps Gain Control
• Monitor Volume Control
• Headphones Volume Control
• Device Selection (for Multiple Devices)
• Stereo Link Selection, Phantom Power, Phase Inversion
• Clock Source and Sample Rate Selection
Updated for the latest Zen Studio+
Ratings and Reviews
What is the usage scenario for this app?
This app really doesn’t make a lot of sense to me. Something like the Zen Studio+ is almost tailor made to be THE perfect interface for IOS. Imagine being able to plug your iPad into it and be able to record 8 channels into Auria. Please, Antelope. Fulfill the potential for this great interface for doing really portable work. As it is, this app requires that the iPad and a computer are on the same wireless network, which just defeat the purpose of having such a portable interface.
Pretty lame for a > $2000 audio interface
Compared to the iPad app for e.g. an Allen & Heath Qu-Pac, this software does not impress, at all. It provides access to only a small subset of the features of the Antelope Zen Studio+. For example, you cannot control the effects sends, nor the reverb parameters.
Also not obvious from Antelope's documentation: this software cannot connect directly to the Zen Studio+, i.e. via a USB cable and Apple's camera connection adapter. Instead, the Zen Studio plus must be connected to a computer that is on the same wifi network as the iPad. So forget about a lightweight setup with just the iPad and the Zen Studio.
There is also no demo mode where you can get an idea of the functionality without having a device connected. This works in Antelope's favor: many buyers might have second thoughts about the whole device if the could see how lame this iPad software is.
Please try harder, Antelope.
Great little app
So this covers the bases on preamp and monitoring control. Was hoping to see some in depth effects control. Maybe in a later release? Otherwise, responsive little app and definitely useful, especially for self-recording musicians, like me.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.