Waves Audio introduces the eMotion LV1 Live Mixing System that incorporates everything needed to create compelling live sound experiences.
Waves said the system is a mixing solution ideal for houses of worship, clubs, touring bands and live engineers. This compact system offers portability, fast setup, sonic excellence and a virtual soundtrack.
The system offers a speedy transition between musical productions and audio-visual conferences using the Dugan Automixer and Dugan Speech plugins. It is compatible with the TRACT System Calibration plugin for hall analysis just minutes before a show.
With the eMotion LV1 Complete Live Mixing System, users have the freedom to expand the I/O count from 16 to 64. The complete live mixing system comes with the Waves eMotion LV1 16-stereo-channel live software mixer, SoundStudio STG-1608 stagebox, SoundGrid Impact Server-C, Axis One Waves-optimized computer, 24-inch Dell touchscreen, eight-port network switch and network cables.
The LV1 features 16 mono/stereo channels. The system’s channel strips feature a plugin rack that can host up to eight SoundGrid-compatible plugins for real-time processing. It also comes pre-loaded with three plugins specifically designed for live sound: eMo F2 Filter, eMo D5 Dynamics and eMo Q4 Equalizer.
The included SoundStudio STG-1608 is a sturdy SoundGrid stagebox that features 16 mic/line inputs with high-end preamps, the latter of which can be remote-controlled directly from LV1’s mixer channels.
All audio coming from the stage and through the plugins is processed on the included SoundGrid Impact Server-C. Users can send the processed audio out to the PA system and back to the stage via the eight-line outputs.
The new system is priced at $5499.
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