Console is a powerful tool that enables self-service audio resource management through an intuitive web interface. 

Console allows our partners to manage and monitor their audio streams with ease. In addition to managing the audio resources, Console also provides a light CMS for managing Publisher information. 

In this article, we will provide an overview of Console’s key features and interface, as well as light instructions for setting up various components.

Accessing Console

To access Console, navigate to in your preferred web browser. This will take you to the Console, where you can log in and begin managing your audio resources.

Interface and features

We have created Console as cutting-edge software that simplifies audio resource management for our partners. Its intuitive interface ensures hassle-free navigation.

  1. The first interface element is your organization's logo.

  2. Displays the currently selected organization. If you're part of multiple organizations, simply click the small arrow to select the organization you want to manage.

  3. Organizing by Groups
    One of the core features of Console is Groups, which provide an organizational layer for publishers. For example, if you own stations in multiple markets, you can create a group for each market to help you manage your resources more easily. To set up a Group, click on the “Groups” menu item and follow the instructions.

  4. Publishers
    Within each Group, you can create Publishers for each of your stations. Each publisher can have its own set of resources, including Ingests, Egresses, Balancers, Splices, and External streams. To set up a new publisher, click on the “Publishers” menu item and follow the instructions.

    Once you’ve created a Publisher, you can configure its resources by clicking on the corresponding menu item. For example, to set up an Ingest, click on “Ingests” and select the recently created Publisher Group from the drop-down menu.

  5. Ingests
    Ingests are endpoints for ingesting audio content from an encoder into SoundStack's CDN.

  6. Egresses
    Multiple ingests can be associated with a single Egress for redundancy purposes. Egresses generate the stream that your audience tunes in to, and multiple egresses can be created in different Datacenter Locations for redundancy.

  7. Balancers
    Balancers are handling the load between multiple Egresses for even distribution and redundancy purposes.

  8. Splices
    Splices are the Console tool for capturing a live stream and converting it into on-demand content.

  9. External Streams The External Streams feature allows third-party streams to take advantage of the Console’s redundant distribution and monitoring features.

  10. Accounts
    Grant access to the Console by creating new users and assigning them privileges and access levels tailored to their roles.

  11. Easily switch between the SoundStack tools available to you with just a few clicks.

  12. Access documentation, platform status, and contact support if necessary.

  13. Edit your own account information and timezone.

  14. Configuration Panel
    This panel typically displays all of the configuration elements and settings for the different features of Console, allowing users to easily modify and manage their resources.

If you have any further questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact our Support Team through the ticket submission form or by emailing us at