Waves Announces Software Update For eMotion LV1 Live Mixer

Waves Audio has announced eMotion LV1 version 11, updated software that includes the MyMon Personal Monitor Mixing App.

Based on Waves SoundGrid technology, Waves said the eMotion LV1 version 11 includes MyMon, a personal monitor mixing app for mobile devices, which communicates remotely with eMotion LV1 and gives musicians on stage direct control of their monitor mix. Musicians can adjust input levels; mute and pan; apply post-mix EQ; and link channels to custom single-fader groups.

eMotion LV1 version 11 also increases the aux and matrix channel-count of each of the LV1’s three configurations. The 64-channel LV1 now features 16 monitor auxes; the 32-channel LV1 now features 16 monitor auxes and 8 matrix mix busses. The 16-channel LV1 now features 8 matrix mix busses.

The new software expands the mixer’s I/O sharing abilities within a Waves SoundGrid network. Now, computers, DAWs and hardware I/O devices can be shared between multiple eMotion LV1 systems.

Other new features include improved store and recall of sessions, scenes and snapshots; tap tempo on main toolbar; full integration with Waves’ version 11 plugins and full compatibility with Windows 10 and macOS 10.15 Catalina. 

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