Lake Controller v6 with Smaart 7 integration announced

New release heralds multi-platform RTA software integration in addition to supporting new Yamaha MY8-LAKE card.
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Lake has announced version 6 of its Lake Controller software at Prolight + Sound 2012. The latest version features some eagerly-awaited new functionality as well as a host of performance improvements. Version 6 includes the much-anticipated full integration with both Rational Acoustic’s Smaart 7 and WaveCapture’s Live-Capture. The new plug-in support allows measurement traces from either platform to be shown directly within Lake Controller, enabling the user to configure and tune a system accordingly – all in real-time. Lake support for WaveCapture’s suit of tools has been further enhanced (Live-Capture has been supported since Version 5 of Lake Controller). Now, filters can be defined and transferred directly any networked Lake device. With Live-Capture Pro, several measurements can now be captured and averaged, with a defined target response, allowing the optimizer to find ideal placements of filters with which to achieve that target. The WaveCapture program can then transfer theses filter parameters to the desired module or group overlay on the Lake devices. In addition to the plugin integration and support, Version 6 includes support for the forthcoming Yamaha MY8-LAKE card, bringing Lake Processing to Yamaha’s line of digital audio mixing desks.



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