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Solid State Logic software "360" for configuration of SSL12

Posted: Tue Aug 22, 2023 7:27 pm
by talby

concerning the audiointerface SSL12 from Solid State Logic and its configuration and mixing software "360°":
The software is natively only availabe for Win and for MacOS.
(1) Do you know if it is fully functional by using it from "wine" on Linux?
(2) Considering to configure something (for instance the routing of the channels, or setting functions to the user definable buttons) by the "360°" software installed on a MS Windows computer connected to the audiointerface, do you know if the audiointerface SSL12 keeps the changed configuration and can afterwards be used with these user configurations without the need to have the "360°" connected again to the hardware but running the SSL12 now connected to a DAW in Linux?
Thanks a lot in advance!

Re: Solid State Logic software "360" for configuration of SSL12

Posted: Wed Feb 07, 2024 11:07 pm
by talby

Does someone meanwhile has experience with the SSL12? Especially, do configurations/settings (like activating the I/O mode) made in the required software (on Win or Mac) stay persistent and survive powercycles and would then remain available for the later on usage on Linux?