- Support for Sound Devices SL-6 Powering and Wireless System, connected via SL-Riser. The following SuperSlot receivers are supported:
- Audio Ltd A10-RX
- Lectrosonics SRb, SRc, SRc-941
- Wisycom MCR42
- Folder or File Copy from one media to another.
- SD-Remote Take List support.
- Headphone clip indication via the Menu button. The button turns red when headphone circuit is clipping.
- Front panel shortcut for selecting the Playback Drive. HP + Play toggles Playback Drive.
- Extended battery charging options: Always, When Power Off, When Power On, Disabled. Note: Battery charging not available when SL-6 is on. Batteries can be charged when DC is applied only via the Scorpio.
- Channel Group enable/disable function.
- Delete files and folders from File List.
- Virtual QWERTY keyboard “@” symbol useful for filling in email addresses in Sound Reports Info.
- Added support for up to four AES42 signals: two via XLR 1 and two via XLR 6. Particularly useful for users of the Schoeps SuperCMIT digital shotgun mic.
- Timecode Calibration function in Menu > System. Enables tuning to an external timecode source for zero drift timecode.
- Sticky Notes feature: when enabled, notes persist to subsequent takes.
- Alternative shortcut options on Icon Platform M+ to prevent accidental arming of tracks. Access new menu at Menu > Controllers Menu > Icon Arming, with options Arm Button Only (default) or Shift + Arm Button.
- Option for the Icon D2 to show or hide fader gains while fader is adjusted. Access new menu at Menu > Controller Menu > Display Ch > Fader Gains, with options On (default) or Off.
- Display of Next Take name on Icon D2 when pressing and holding Stop in standby mode.
- Icon Platform M+ jog wheel can now control scrub and shuttle functionality during playback. Press right zoom button to set jog wheel to HP encoder emulation, then press and hold jog wheel for >0.5s.
- Additional front panel shortcuts:
Menu Favorites: Hold Menu and PFL 1-12 to access Menu Favorites 1-12.
Assign Menu favorites in Menu > System > Menu + PFL Switch Action. Meter Range: Hold Meter, then rotate HP encoder to change displayed meter range to 50 dB, 40 dB, or 20 dB.
SL-6 Receiver Overview Screen: Hold Meter, then press HP encoder to access the SL-6 Receiver Overview screen.
- The Icon Platform M+ Com 1 and Com 2 buttons will remain illuminated while active.
- Arming a track during record now adds an alpha character suffix to the file name rather than incrementing the take number.
- Menu > System > Version Info now includes unit serial number.
- Icon D2 now displays Scorpio Off when the Scorpio is powered down while connected to the Icon Platform M+ and D2.
- USB-A now provides up to 1.5 A current if the connected device allows. This helps to reduce the likelihood of connected tablets discharging while connected to Scorpio.
- Record is now prevented when Scorpio is in the process of locking to an external sync source.
- Sync reference source is now used as clock source during playback.
- Takes 1-9 now use a two digit format. For example, T01.WAV – T09.WAV.
- Tape metadata field is now populated with record folder name. Set record folder type to Custom to add custom tape metadata.
- Metadata entered from Channel Screens, the Scene Increment shortcut, or from SD-Remote now edits the most recent entry rather than creating a new entry.
- Warning popup now appears when the limit of entries in a list has been exceeded.
- Rare occurrence of stuck limiter indication has been resolved.
- Take numbers now properly reset following a folder change (including daily folders).
- Intermittent 24 hour timecode issue where the value was improperly generated from the time of day clock after playback has been eliminated.
- Channel screen navigation when using USB Keyboard up and down arrows is no longer reversed.
- Various performance improvements.
(to be addressed in an upcoming firmware release)
- Audio Ltd A10-RX: RF scan graphical display is drawn with missing pixels.
- Wisycom MCR-42: Group Scan option on RX screen instigates a normal scan rather than a group scan. Normal RF scanning works correctly.