Tip: Running Multiple Versions of Halogen on One Computer

Don’t you wish your installers could run any and every version of the DSP control software needed, at any job site they encounter, new or old? And do so without uninstalling and reinstalling anything? We did too. This is why Halogen allows running any and every version – one at a time – on the same computer. HAL knows.Halogen Logo

To install the newest Halogen software, yet still allow a previous version of Halogen to run on the same computer, follow these instructions:

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Installation at Radisson Blu Hotel, Minnesota

Rane’s HAL is running the audio at new the Radisson Blu Hotel next to the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota. With over 26,000 square feet of meeting and event space, HAL does considerably more that just open the pod bay doors.

Radisson image Artist Rendering

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Random Entropy – Factory Testing HAL

Here’s a HAL test rig. It’s been running 24/7 for 2.5 years now. Every 10 minutes or so, it changes a room combine wall and physically adjusts a DR3 remote using a stepper motor.

24/7 for 2.5+ years

24/7 for 2.5+ years

It’s a single HAL1 with 34 RADs in 4 EXP1s. Audio has been running for years, we’ve even been clipping several of the RADs just for yucks. Continue reading

Tech Topic – Rane DR3 LCD Screen Editing

The end user interface provided by Rane’s DR1, DR2 & DR3 remotes is what solves customer problems for sound contractors.

The Halogen software allows advanced customization to ease end user cognitive friction. Here’s how to use Halogen software to change what appears on the LCD screen.

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Rane HAL2 Installation – JJ Mahoney’s Restaurant

Private Dining Room

Private Dining Room

JJ Mahoney’s Classic Irish Pub in Redmond, Washington wrapped up a remodel in November 2012. They’ve been open through it all, so the Guinness has not stopped flowing. The new hub of the audio system is Rane’s HAL2, used for independent source selection and volume control in the eight zones.

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Rane Blog Page One

Greetings from Rane galactic headquarters in Mukilteo, USA (20 miles north of Seattle). It’s pronounced: Muck-Ill-Tee-Oh. Mukilteo is a local Indian word meaning “good camping ground” or “long goose neck” depending.

Welcome to the Rane blog. Here’s we’ll tackle the installation world of Rane.

If you don’t know Rane Corporation, check out www.rane.com. If you know Rane, we haven’t yet shipped the PI 14 model since we’re still waiting for the cement enclosure to dry.

And by the way, you rock!

– Rane Staff