My problem is as I use two types of setups it's quite a workaround anyway and impossible for one setup.
So I use UAD apollo interface so there's quite a workaround for that and I only really use it in the final mixing and mastering setup and because I use two monitors it's not a simple switch meaning it doesn't make the monitoring flow easy.
My next setup is a hardware setup going into a StudioLive digital console.
Now, of course, it's pointless to feed on that into a computer and out again because the beauty of a hardware setup is the lack of latency and that would destroy that tactile force...
But then the problem then is my sound will be changing constantly and it's important to get used to your speakers and them be the same always.
So why not start to develop a monitor controller that'll alow all this?
My suggestion would be 3 monitors and a separate sub out with a new type of processing for that.
Like being able to match it with all 3 of those monitors.
Crossover, level, and, all the regular calibration... then switching it off being able then to remove the cross over to the rest of the speakers.
I guess it'll mean processing each speaker twice as processed with and without the sub.
This would then be a revolutionary device in tones and tones of studios.
If you even went so far to make it battery operated or simply compact it would be the perfect travel companion to people that create on the move... or simply a smaller version with one stereo out and a stereo headphone out for travelers.
What do people think about this for an idea?
I hold no claim to the idea and I bet many have thought this who like this system. That this would be a very desirable idea.
The travel one could have a new setting to make any speaker match you, original speakers, somewhat... so whatever system you end up in front of you could get a familiar sound.... although that idea is a little bit like asking for magic.
Who knows, many years from now there might be the technology for it.
If the idea is out there then it might hit the right brain with the right juices at the right time.
What do people in this community think of this?
I'm thinking the biggest task is getting the latency to near zero or at least 0.01 mills seconds latency or less hopefully.... more like 0.001 would be ideal