At the NAMM Show in Anaheim, Calif., Waves Audio showed its eMotion Mixer for SoundGrid systems, which it recently introduced: the emotions LV1 for live sound front-of-house and monitor applications, and eMotion Studio, for recording, mixing and post-production facilities. eMotion is designed to integrate seamlessly with Waves SoundGrid-compatible I/Os.
The eMotion Mixer engine is powered by low-latency Intel-based Waves SoundGrid DSP Servers. Features include low-latency Waves plugin processing on every channel; support for multiple mixers, I/O boxes and SoundGrid DSP servers over a single network; hardware scalability using standard network components; compatibility with standard control surfaces; Multi-Touch support; Windows and Mac compatibility; and preset sharing across consoles and platforms.
The LV1, the first product in the eMotion series, features two new integrated plug-ins: EMO-D5 Dynamics Processor and EMO-Q4 Equalizer.
The LV1 Software Mixer features 64 input channels (mono/stereo); 32 stereo buses plus return channels; L/R, center, mono main buses plus master channels; 16 DCA faders, eight mute groups, eight user-assignable function controls; Cue/SIP and talkback; EMO-Q4 Equalizer: 4-band EQ with HP and LP per channel; EMO-D5 Dynamics Processor: Comp/Gate/Expander/DeEsser/Limiter/Leveler per channel; up to eight plug-ins per channel; the ability to connect to multiple DAWs for recording and playback; the ability to save and transmit sessions and snapshots from any DAW to eMotion; the ability to connect and share SoundGrid I/O devices, drivers and applications; up to 1,000 Scenes/Snapshots; up to 96 kHz sample rate; automatic plug-in delay compensation; and Mackie HUI control surface support, including iPad HUI emulators,
Visit www.waves.com/live-sound for more information.