Compass GoiPad App


Compass Go

Optimize Loudspeaker Systems from Your iPad

Combining the key functionalities of the Compass software and the simplicity and mobility of the iPad, Compass Go makes system setup and tuning much easier and more intuitive.

Simply download the app for free from the Apple App Store, connect it to a Galileo, Galileo Callisto, or Galileo GALAXY processor on the same Wi-Fi network, and you can seamlessly and accurately optimize your sound system using the following features in the Galileo, Galileo Callisto, and Galileo GALAXY Processors:

  • Adjust system delay, gain, and mute
  • Manage U-Shaping, TruShaping, and parametric EQ filter sets
  • See current parameters status and any adjustments made at any control point
  • Recall snapshots of prior user settings
  • Create, edit, and store new snapshot settings in the individual processors
  • Move about freely without a laptop as you listen for the array coverage and quality from different seats


Compass Go Help

Top-Screen Buttons
HomeLists the discovered Galileo, Callisto and/or GALAXY processors as well as available interface preferences. Here the user can select a single processor to control using all other user interface functionality.
Device MapShows the overall settings for a single Galileo, Callisto, or GALAXY Processor.
I/OAllows control of the Input/Output control functions including gain and delay using familiar interface functionality.
EQApply unique processing to each input or output channel within the channel settings, parametric, or available shaping equalizers.
MatrixRoute inputs to outputs using Gain Mode, Mix Mode, or Routing and Delay Modes in the Galileo, Callisto or GALAXY Matrix (Delay mode only available in GALAXY).
SettingsCreate/Edit or Recall Snapshots, set Delay Integration or Array Correction, as well as set Link Groups and change Device and Input and Output settings.
UndoUndo the last action.
RedoRedo the last action.
Save/Recall SnapshotsSave/Update or Recall a Snapshot from the snapshot library located on the connected Galileo, Callisto or GALAXY Processor.
ToolsApply or reset specific parameters and visual settings to input or output processing.
Connecting to a Galileo, Callisto or GALAXY Processor

Your iPad and Galileo/Callisto/GALAXY Processor need to be on the same Wi-Fi network. You can select one device from the “Home” page of the interface. The list of devices should populate automatically as long as every device is using a unique IPv4 address on the same subnet. When the desired Galileo/Callisto is revealed, touch anywhere in the row of that device and you will be taken to the default or last page used from a previously selected Galileo/Callisto.

Setting up a Wi-Fi Network for Galileo Product with Airport Express

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

Mac OS

To set up AirPort Express using a Macintosh, you need:

  • A Macintosh computer with an AirPort card installed, or
    A Macintosh computer connected to the AirPort Express with an Ethernet cable
  • mac OS v10.11.6 or later
  • AirPort Utility v6.3.6 or later (use Apple Software Update to get the latest version)
Windows

To set up AirPort Express using a Windows PC, you need:

  • A Windows computer with a 400 MHz or faster processor and Wi-Fi certified wireless capability, or
    A Windows computer connected to the AirPort Express with an Ethernet cable
  • Windows 8.1 Professional or later
  • AirPort Utility for Windows v6.3.6 or later (download AirPort Utility for Windows from Apple)
iOS

To set up AirPort Express using an iOS device, you need:

  • An iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch running iOS 9.3 or later

SETTING UP A GALILEO PROCESSOR WITH AIRPORT EXPRESS

To connect a Meyer Sound Galileo family device to a dedicated private network:
  • Use a standard Ethernet cable to connect your Meyer Sound Galileo family device to the Local Area Network (LAN) port on the Airport Express, which has a label that looks like this:
    LAN
    The Airport Express light flashes amber (this is OK because you are on an isolated network and not connected to the Internet).
To set up an AirPort Express using a computer:
  1. Connect your computer to the Airport Express by doing one of the following:
    • Use a standard Ethernet cable to connect the computer to the Wide Area Network (WAN) port on the Airport Express, which has a label that looks like this:
      WAN
    • Enable Wi-Fi on your computer and locate the AirPort Express.
  2. Locate and launch AirPort Utility, which is located in /Applications/Utilities/ (Mac OS), or in All Programs (Windows).
  3. Select the AirPort Express and click Continue.
  4. Follow the on-screen instructions for creating a new network or joining an existing one. If you’re using Mac OS, you can use the Wi-Fi status menu in the menu bar to choose your AirPort Express. When you choose it, AirPort Utility opens to set up your AirPort Express.
  5. In the AirPort Utility window, select the AirPort Express icon and click Edit.
  6. Click Wireless to set the Wireless Network Name and Wireless Security.
  7. Click Network to set the Router Mode to DHCP and NAT. Click Network Options and set the DHCP Range to 10.0.1.2 to 10.0.1.200. The setting for DHCP Lease should be at least 1 day, and Enable NAT Port Mapping Protocol should be selected. There should be no default host.
  8. Click Save.
  9. Optional – For added security, you can set DHCP Reservations for specific computers (MAC addresses) and input the desired IP Address (within the range of 10.0.1.2 to 200).
  10. Click AirPlay and disable the AirPlay function.
  11. Optional – To ignore status warnings and restore the flashing yellow AirPort Express light to green, do the following:
    1. Locate and launch AirPort Utility, which is located in /Applications/Utilities/ (Mac OS), or in All Programs (Windows).
    2. Click the AirPort Express to open its status window.
    3. Click each of the yellow status indicators (the small LED next to status) and select Ignore.
To set up AirPort Express using an iOS device:

If necessary, download and install the AirPort Utility for iOS from the App Store.

  1. On the Home screen, tap Settings, and then tap Wi-Fi.
  2. Tap the name of your AirPort Express.
  3. In the AirPort Setup window, choose Create a New Network, enter a name for the network, enter a password for the network, and tap Next.
  4. Tap Next to continue without an Internet connection.
  5. Connect to the network and tap the “i” (get info) icon for the network.
  6. Tap Manage This Network to launch AirPort Utility.
  7. Tap the AirPort Express icon, and tap Edit.
  8. Tap AirPlay and disable the AirPlay function, then tap Done.
  9. Optional – For added security, you can set DHCP Reservations for specific computers (MAC addresses) and input the desired IP Address (within the range of 10.0.1.2 to 200). To do this, tap DHCP and NAT, tap Reservations, and follow the on-screen instructions.
  10. Optional – To ignore status warnings and restore the flashing yellow AirPort Express light to green, do the following:
    1. Launch AirPort Utility.
    2. Tap the AirPort Express icon.
    3. Tap Status Messages.
    4. Select Ignore This Issue for each message.