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Waves Audio Announces eMotion™ Mixer for SoundGrid®

NAMM SHOW, ANAHEIM, CA, January 24, 2013 — Waves Audio (booth 6824) announces the new eMotion™ Mixer for SoundGrid® systems, with the introduction of the line’s first products, the eMotion LV1 for live sound front-of-house and monitor applications, and eMotion Studio, for recording, mixing and post production facilities. Designed to integrate seamlessly with Waves SoundGrid-compatible I/Os, eMotion is poised to revolutionize the world of mixing.

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, includes two new integrated plugins: EMO-D5 Dynamics Processor and EMO-Q4 Equalizer.

LV1 Software Mixer Product Features

64 input channels (mono/stereo)

32 stereo busses + return channels

L/R, center, mono main busses + master channels

8 DCA faders, 8 mute groups, 8 user-assignable function controls

Cue/SIP and talk-back

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 6 plug-ins per channel

Connect to multiple DAWs for recording and playback

Save and transmit sessions and snapshots from any DAW to eMotion

Connect and share SoundGrid I/O devices, drivers and applications

Up to 1000 Scenes/Snapshots

Up to 96 kHz sample rate

Automatic plugin delay compensation

Mackie HUI control surface support, including iPad HUI emulators

Visit www.waves.com and www.waveslive.com for more information.

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