Dynaudio’s Unheard Studio aims to bring attention to talented undiscovered artists. Creating a state-of-the-art pop-up recording studio, producer Ashley Shepherd utilizes the power of Waves eMotion LV1 mixer to get the best of both quality and convenience for tracking and mixing a live band.
Danish loudspeaker specialist Dynaudio has been working closely with the 2019 NAMM Show to offer unsigned artists the opportunity to get their big break. The concept in short is a studio recording session combined with a live concert and near-real-time broadcast. The mixing and audio-routing backbone of the system is provided by Waves Audio and Digital Audio Denmark. Two Waves eMotion LV1 systems are installed for mixing and FOH. (Learn more about the Unheard project and watch the performances).
The Waves eMotion LV1 Live Mixer is a revolutionary digital mixing console for front-of-house, monitor and broadcast engineers. Based on Waves SoundGrid technology, this software mixer delivers the superior sound quality for which Waves is renowned, as well as the quick and convenient workflow needed in demanding live environments.
Ashley Shepherd, head engineer on the Dynaudio Unheard at NAMM 2019, comments, “The Waves LV1 is a perfect fit for the Dynaudio Unheard touring studio. Since the concept is based on a hybrid of live performance and recording, the ability to use studio quality plugins in a very low latency environment, while also providing front-of-house sound to the audience, makes the choice obvious. The LV1 represents the next evolution in audio processing for experiential events of all kinds.”