Allen & Heath has released a further firmware update for its flagship dLive mixing system. Version 1.8 adds features including Mix Control Association (MCA), Talkback Groups, and a new OptTronik processing plug-in.

dLive mixing systemMix Control Association bringing the convenience of DCA groups and spills to monitor engineers, enabling simple control over multiple Aux/MTX sends via a single fader. This update further improves ease of control by introducing A/B/C/D inputs, enabling up to four input sockets to be assigned to every input channel, and provides fast and seamless selection of sockets via softkeys for rapidly switching to a backup microphone, or to pre-recorded files on a playback system.

The addition of 12 assignable Talkback Groups, which can be populated with any combination of the available mix buses, simplifies talkback routing with softkey controls enabling engineers to quickly switch between different talkback destinations such as musicians, technicians or other production staff.

Joining dLive’s suite of Deep processors, v1.8 sees the introduction of the OptTronik compressor – a tube-driven, electro-optical levelling amplifier, offering smooth, musical compression makes it a match for many sources, including vocals and bass guitar.

OptTronik processing plug-inVersion 1.8 also brings other new features and improvements to the system, such as Undo Scene Store, Mix to PAFL and Solo in Place (SIP).

‘Version 1.8 is the next step in our string of user-driven updates, as we continue expanding and adapting the platform to the needs of modern engineers,’ says Mike Bangs, Live Sound/Touring Manager at Allen & Heath USA and also a monitor engineer. ‘I’m particularly excited about the addition of MCAs, which bring the power of DCA functionality to monitor mixers. Such a cool feature and engineers are going to love it.’

‘This update brings powerful new features all round that are valuable to all types of engineers, whether you’re FOH or monitors, in touring sound, houses of worship, or installations,’ adds dLive Product Manager, Ben Morgan.

More: www.allen-heath.com

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