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LV1 Crossfade ASAP

LV1 crossfade faders, pans, and basic console parameters as scope options between snapshots. This is a basic function of many standard consoles today.

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1000% we HAVE to have this ASAP. Snapshots are so much less useful when everything just snaps instantly to the updates values. There needs to be an option for a few seconds of crossfade time in order to smooth out transitions between snapshots.

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100% agree. It’s a must. Yamaha DM1000 from thousands of years ago can do it - why can’t LV1? I get it - they’re working on all kinds of things. But it would turn LV1 from a non-option to a no-brainer for a lot of people.

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Just a friendly reminder to our friends at Waves that this is a must; many of us are out here mixing on LV1 every day, dying to get this feature so many cheaper consoles have. Even just a tip of the hat from the devs that it’s in the works would be fantastic. It’s insane that you can pay $10k on an LV1 rig and not have scene fading, but have it by default on a $2500 Yamaha TF. Not trying to whine about it. Just trying to keep the wheel squeaky.

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I’m demoing the software currently and testing it with Dante virtual soundcard and was perplexed to find this wasn’t a feature. PLEASE add this. I would love to be able to use the LV1 for broadcast mixing and not having the option to at least have fades may be a deal breaker.

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Right? It’s wild that this isn’t a feature yet. We need this ASAP. Especially for those of us running complex shows or broadcast.
This would be an absolute game changer to be able to do this.

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It’s perplexing for sure. Even if it was just fader/send levels. It would turn LV1 from a non-option to a no-brainer for so many contexts.

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Just reminding everyone that we still desperately need this feature! Let’s make it happen, Waves!

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