Waves Introduces the eMotion LV1 Live Mixing System

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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