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Spacemap GoSpatial Sound Design and Mixing Tool
Experience the Ease and Creativity of Spatial Sound Design
    Spacemap Go is a spatial sound design and mixing tool that leverages the processing power of Meyer Sound's Galileo GALAXY Network Platform in an intuitive iPad app. With thousands of GALAXY processors worldwide and seamless integration with leading DAW and console platforms, Spacemap Go has the widest reach of any spatial sound design and mixing tool. No other sound design tool offers so much power and control, right at your fingertips.
    Spacemap Go liberates you to focus on the art of your craft without the burden of complicated interfaces and confusing algorithms. Even first-time users can create sophisticated spatial sound designs in minutes, thanks to Spacemap Go's simple iPad touchscreen interface. Spacemap Go is available as a free app and DAW or console plugin.
    Spacemap Go brings new creative capabilities to every audio pro, whether you design soundscapes for theatre, concerts, sound art installations, corporate presentations or houses of worship. With support for leading DAW platforms and live consoles, Spacemap Go integrates seamlessly into professional production workflows.
    The Spacemap Go iPad app provides total creative control with the swipe of a finger. It’s so simple, any audio engineer — from sound designers to front of house engineers, musicians, and DJs — can master the app in minutes. Get up and running quickly with built-in templates and presets. Execute complex moves in seconds with Spacemap Go's grab-and-go touchscreen interface. Snapshots manage static placement or dynamic movement of sound. Use multiple iPads at the same time to collaborate onsite. Experience Spacemap Go in action.
Reimagine the Way You Create
    Spacemap Go works seamlessly in just about any production workflow. It’s compatible with AAX, AU, and VST DAWs, and Avid and SSL live consoles. It also integrates with any OSC-enabled device or cue-based software such as QLab. RTTrPM support allows integration with BlackTrax and other real-time tracking systems.
    Spacemap Go is highly scalable, so you can take your spatial sound design from a ballroom to an auditorium, arena, or festival. Configure systems with up to 32 inputs and 256 outputs using multiple GALAXY processors. Spacemap Go can be used with any loudspeaker system; for best results, use Meyer Sound loudspeakers.
    Gain even more robust control of the GALAXY Network Platform when you use Spacemap Go in tandem with Meyer Sound’s Compass and Compass Go software: handle creative programming and real-time operation in Spacemap Go, while managing EQ, delay, network parameters, and other device settings in Compass.
    By integrating Spacemap Go, GALAXY, Compass, and Meyer Sound loudspeakers with your DAW and console, you can build a complete, end-to-end solution that leverages the world’s most intuitive design tools, most powerful processors, and—a Meyer Sound hallmark—the world’s most exceptional sound systems.
    Spacemap Go has not only become my choice spatial mixing tool for its flexibility, but also because it's by far the friendliest tool out there for new users.”
    Dennie Miller
    Dennie Miller
    Spacemap Go lets me automate the spatial mix in ways that I would not have been able to without it — and certainly not as quickly. The workflow is great and I can keep my focus on being creative.”
    Leon Rothenberg
    Tony Award-winning Sound Designer
    We used Spacemap Go extensively on Primal Energies; it’s the ‘digital brain’ behind all that is happening with dynamic spatialization of sound ... for my purposes, Spacemap Go is fantastic.”
    Bill Fontana
    Sound Artist
Spacemap Go Plugins (v1.2.0)
for Galileo GALAXY
Released November 17, 2021
Spacemap Go App v1.2.0 can be downloaded on the Apple app store.

For Avid VENUE | S6L consoles running version 7 software or higher
Spacemap Go Plugin: AAX VENUE
2.45 MB
Spacemap Go Plugin: AAX VENUE Release Notes
For DAWs with AAX Standard, AU or VST
Spacemap Go Plugin: DAW macOS
52.66 MB
Spacemap Go Plugin: DAW Windows
20.78 MB
Spacemap Go Plugin: AAX Standard Release Notes
39.43 KB
Spacemap Go Plugin: AU Release Notes
39.18 KB39.18 KB
Spacemap Go Plugin: VST Release Notes
9.22 KB
Spacemap Go リリースノート
Version 1.2.0
Spacemap Go 1.2.0 software requires the following firmware versions:
  • GALAXY Firmware v2.4.2 (All models)


  • New default Spacemaps
  • Compatibility with Spacemap Go plugins
  • Supports ADM OSC reception
  • Manages AVB MILAN input connections between devices on the same AVB MILAN group
  • Can see and connect to MILAN CRF connections
  • Improved error notification and app behavior when the WiFi signal is lost
Version 1.1.0


  • Tap Tempo button: A button that allows the user to tap in time with musical content to provide scaling of trajectory rate to sync with musical tempo, and fractional control
  • From Channel View, using Tempo Mode, when a trajectory is recalled with a different duration, the rate is scaled automatically.
  • Panners are now touchable/selectable in Mix Overview
  • Added support in the AVB Connection Manager to allow multiple assignments for a range of channels with a single tap
  • System Configuration View displays available clock types AAF, CRF
  • Added support for static IPv4 Network Address connection
  • Added support to allow external clocking to GALAXY from Avid VENUE S6L System with MLN-192 Milan Option Card
  • Panner locators on the edge of Channel Overview are now easier to touch
  • Crosshairs are now available in Mix Overview
  • The Overview allows stacking of panner locators
  • Added support to allow selection of a Spacemap to multiple channels in Mix or Channel Views
  • Create View allows swapping of wait times and transition times in the Trajectory Editor
  • Added support for new icons to display single or grouped Channel Snapshots
  • Added support to allow editing of Wait and Transition Times of Channel Snapshots that are grouped at the top-level
  • Added support to allow editing of the ID number in System, Mix, and Channel snapshots
  • Canvas Orientation in Settings View > Display Settings changes the orientation of Spacemaps to be Front, Back, Left, or Right
  • The progress of a Mix or Channel Snapshot is indicated with an animated outline around the Recall button
  • Text labels have been updated in the External Device Connection tab in Settings View
  • Added support to allow external clocking from an AAF stream in Settings View > System Configuration Tab
  • Added generalized alerts in the lower left-hand corner when the mix point limit is reached
  • When connecting to a system configured using a previous version of Spacemap Go, the System Configuration updated to the current version
Version 1.0.0


Available on iPadOS Software Only


  • Spacemaps can provide many ways of matrix mixing to a set of loudspeakers. The matrix mix result is a combination of the selection of up to two Spacemaps for a channel, position on overlaid Spacemaps, and the Spacemap Crossfade value. Spread provides control over how much of the sound is distributed to all speakers in the Spacemap. Once Spacemaps are defined and selected for a venue, their use is quite intuitive.


  • Trajectories are time-sequenced paths of sound. Spacemap Go can play trajectories once or indefinitely, with modulation of scale in the X and Y directions, as well as rotation, rate, and position offset. This provides for quick access to spatial effects.

Mix View

  • Groups of individual input channel controls are provided. The Mix View in Spacemap Go organizes channels into four groups of eight.


  • Independent positioning of 32 inputs within the Spacemap. Each input may use a different Spacemap configuration.

Level, Mute, Solo

  • Spacemap Go provides these new controls for Matrix Row level that are not available in Compass.

Channel Links

  • Channel links allow for odd/even pairs to be controlled in a synchronized fashion. Relative position of the pair of channels may be set to a number of modes including mono (both channels have the same position), near (channels are closely separated), far (greater separation), and mirrored about X and Y axis. Level, Mute, Solo, Spread, and Crossfade are linked directly for Channel pairs.

Channel Page

  • The Channel view shows detailed information for a single channel. Additional control is provided for trajectory playback as well as providing a larger touch display.
    • Channel > Spacemap Selection, Trajectory Selection, Rate, Offset, ScaleX, ScaleY, Rotation:
      • These modulate the position of the trajectory and are selected in the Channel view. Scaling may be adjusted via “Touch Trajectory” mode, whereby the trajectory may be pinched, expanded, rotated, and repositioned in realtime during playback.
    • Channel > Matrix Level:
      • The top of the Channel displays matrix levels for the selected channel. The end user may need to control a channel’s matrix levels with numerical input.
    • Channel > Recall Safe:
      • A channel may be designated so that parameters will not be recalled either via Mix or Channel snapshots.

Setlist Page

  • The Setlist view provides control of Mix and Channel Snapshots.
    • Setlist > Mix Snapshots:
      • These snapshots apply to all 32 channels, and include link status, channel labels, Spacemap selection, trajectory and parameter assignments, and whether or not the trajectory is to be played back upon recall. Each Mix Snapshot has its own list of member Channel Snapshots.
    • Setlist > Channel Snapshots:
      • These Snapshots apply to a single channel and will allow the user to position statically or start movement on the fly. Mix Snapshots may be recalled from Spacemap Go or via external OSC recall. Multiple Channel Snapshots may be grouped so that they are recalled simultaneously.

Create Page

    • Spacemaps may be created and edited. These may be locked and shared with other users.
    • Trajectories may be created and edited.
    • Individual Spacemaps or Trajectories may be shared and imported.

System Page

    • System status is available for diagnostics
    • Selected GALAXY modules are listed
    • Inputs view shows how the Inputs are allocated to Spacemap Go Channels
    • Outputs are listed, organized by module
    • System IP Configuration is where IP Address and Subnet mask are made here
    • System > Inputs
      • Shows how the Inputs are allocated to Spacemap Go Channels, including whether audio source for a channel is Analog, AES3, or AVB. The AVB connection may be made in Spacemap Go.
    • System > Outputs
      • Help the user determine how to number Spacemap output numbers.
    • System > OSC Connections
      • Enabling / disabling mappings for QLab, BlackTrax, D-Mitri, and Consoles are made here. This item may be renamed, because strictly speaking BlackTrax does not use OSC. We also may rename the “QLab”, “D-Mitri” and “Console” mappings to be more generic.
    • System > File Management
      • Clear Project, Open Project, Save Project, Save Project As…, Save to Flash, Import/Export Spacemap and Trajectory functions are supported.
    • System > System Configuration
      • Spacemap Go can configure any group of GALAXY into a Spacemap System. The configuration is done up-on connection to an unconfigured system, and can be tested with Virtual GALAXY in Spacemap Mode in Compass. The user specifies from what module inputs or AVB sources provide the up to 32 sources for the Spacemap Channels.

Compass and Spacemap Go integration

  • Spacemap Go and Compass Control Software can be used together. Compass provides the option for Spacemap Mode for Virtual GALAXY, and matrix control point management in Compass was done in such a way that the additional controls used by Spacemap Go are supported without locking out user entry in Compass.
Spacemap Go プライバシーポリシー


Last updated October 5, 2018


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