Driver Details

Atlas Atmosphere

Updated: Nov. 3, 2023
Version: 2.1


This driver is for the AtlasIED Atmosphere series of digital audio processors, amplifiers, and accessories connected via Ethernet.

Version History:

Version 2.1 - Fixes issue with IDs not being used properly from Driver Properes and adds driver events

Atmosphere Driver

[Atlas]|[IED]|[AZM4/8]|[IP]|[Version 2.1]

Introduction & Manufacturer Profile

AtlasIED is a recognized leader in the pro-audio industry for over 87 years, developing innovative audio solutions for a wide variety of commercial environments. The companydiverse, comprehensive, and ever-evolving solutions cater to the high-quality audio and communication technology needs of markets globally, including transportation, healthcare, corporate, industrial, government, hospitality, education, and houses of worship. AtlasIEDproducts and systems deliver mass communication, high intelligibility announcements, IP-based visual and audio communications, distributed audio, background music, paging, and sound masking solutions to commercial projects of every size and scope, including those which are mission-critical.

Manufacturer Note: It is recommended that programming of third-party controllers is completed after configuration of the AZM4/AZM8 system is finalized. Removing (and possibly adding) Zones, Sources, Mixes, Groups, Messages, etc… from the setup has the potential to reassign third party parameter names. The “Third Party Control” also needs to be enabled from within the settings.

Version History

Version 2.1: Fixes issue with IDs not being used properly from Driver Properties and adds driver events.

Driver Features

Full control of both the AZM4 and AZM8 devices by Atlas, including events, variables, and functions to control Gain, Mutes, and Sources.

System Requirements & Prerequisites

RTI System Requirements

Integration Designer: 11.2

XP FW: 22.3.31

ManufacturerDevice Requirements

AZM4 and AZM8

Model FW Version:

Driver Configuration

Connection Type


– IP Address of the Atlas unit, the unit defaults to


– The port configured to be used on the Atlas device for third party control. This defaults to 5321

Other information

Parameter Counts

– Include ONLY the number of sources, groups, mixes, and zones that are configured on your device. Adding any extras will cause the driver to fail.

Parameter Names

– These names are cosmetic and are only used to assist in programming the system. They are not sent to the device but can be used to help keep track of zones/sources/mixes/groups for programming inside of Integration Designer.

Parameter IDs

– The various components of the device have IDs provided under “Settings”-> “Third Party Control” -> “Message Table”. Fill in ONLY the number after the “_” into the fields in Integration Designer. This is how you map the components to the intended pieces for control.

Additional Information

For the AZM4 at the time of release, the IDshown for “Groups” in the message table is off by -4, if your first group you add shows an ID something like GroupGain_-4, you will want to add 4 to that to put into the Driver Properties menu. For GroupGain_-4 you would put 0 into the Parameter ID field


Commands to change a zone or groupsource to Accessory A, Accessory B, Accessory C, and Accessory D are currently not available.

System Testing

Integration Designer: 11.5.1

XP Processor Model: XP-3

XP Processor Firmware: 23.5.11

Device Model(s): AZM8

Device FW:

Support Contact

Remote Technologies Inc.

Phone Number: +1 952-253-3100