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Fit Controller for eMotion LV1

Made By: Waves.

The FIT control surface gives you intuitive, hands-on, detailed control of the Waves eMotion LV1 live mixer. Co-engineered by Waves Audio and expert MIDI control company MIDIPLUS, the seamless software/hardware integration gives total control over your live mix.

With 16+1 motorized faders, 16+1 rotary controls, dedicated switches for toggling among 8 fader layers in the eMotion LV1 mixer, and multiple convenience features, FIT has it all.

SL Mixface

Made By: Studiologic.

The SL MIXFACE is a complete controller device which combines style and simplicity with a powerful engine. Designed for mobility, you can bring it everywhere and use it in total freedom thanks to its hosting capability and auto-mapping of the main DAW apps.


Made By: Location Sound London.

With this control surface you can access PFL and control Gain and Volume of the channels 1 to 8. You can customise your own control surface by adding features from the drop-down menus. Such features include internal light, space for track labelling, additional USB ports. Click on the button below and you will be redirected to the shopping page.


Made By: IDDQD.

This is a custom firmware version of the TF8 extension controller. Eight high quality, non detent (smooth & silent) trim knobs that can be used as an attachment for Sound Devices CL12, Sonosax LC8+ or any other fader controller that lacks trim pots.
Two banks, ch 1-8 and ch 9-16 (9-12 for 833)

User manual:

  • Plug and power via 8-series USB A through a hub together with other controllers. No setup required.
  • Press encoder for PFL
  • LED will light either red (bank 1) or green (bank 2)
  • Long press any encoder to toggle between banks

Dimensions, weight L x W x H
156 x 24 x 28 (41 mm including knobs) mm
6.14 x 0.94 x 1.1 (1.6 including knobs) inches

USB cable (fixed inside the unit) length 44 cm / 17 inches

Enclosure material: Black carbon fiber PETG

Weight: 124 grams / 0.273 pounds

Trim values are saved through a power cycle for ch 9-16 and overwritten by physical 8 series trim knobs for ch 1-8

8-Series v9.50

Download v9.50


  • Added Channel Name Manager for quick channel naming. In a Channel Screen, hold PFL for > 1sec to enter the naming window, then select Name. 
  • Added Stop Hold Time option in the Record/Play menu. Determines how long Stop must be held before the stop command is actioned in record or playback mode. 
  • Added support for the A20-TX/A20-RX VHF bands via SL-2.
  • Enabled the SL-2’s 169-235 MHz (VHF) filter band option. 
  • Added Superslot support for the Lectrosonics DSR receiver and support for the new AES backplate for the Lectrosonics SRc. 
  • Added Unislot Audio Mode in the SL-2 Options menu. Enables the manual selection of analog or digital audio output from a Unislot slot receiver. This allows for receivers that support digital audio but that are not supported in ‘SuperSlot’ mode. 


  • Added audio muting when running a DSR4 RF scan via the SL-2. 
  • Changed ‘Jam A20-Mini’ wording to ‘Jam A20 Transmitter’ in the Timecode menu. 
  • Removed “Analog Audio Select” menu from the MCR54 ‘Options’ menu on the 8-Series when MCR54 firmware v2.3.0 or later is detected as this is no longer supported by the receiver. 


  • Setting DSR4 Block 470 vs 19 via SL-2 now works correctly. 
  • Eliminated static noise when starting RF Scan on Lectrosonics DSR4. 
  • SL-2 AES 3&4 inputs now pass audio when no slots are filled. 
  • Rare condition where the ‘Problem with SSD during play’ warning would be displayed during playback, no longer occurs.  
  • The audio output selection and compander menu issues that were introduced with MCR54 FW update v2.3.0 are now resolved. 
  • MCR54 group scan issue where the first frequency on the group scan page had a wrong dBuV value of ‘–’ is now fixed. 
  • MS Link routing to Buses LR not restored properly after setting factory defaults. 
  • Incrementing Scene from ‘65535’ no longer resets Scene to ‘00000’. 
  • Output Mute indicator does not show mute status correctly after unlinking. 
  • With MCU Controllers, mapping Next Take Scene Name would incorrectly bring up Current Take Scene Name. 
  • Output AutoMutes could get out of sync when 8-series mute was toggled off then on. 
  • Disappearing Automix LCD indicators no longer happen. 
  • Occasional state where editing Scene Name did not reset the Take Number to 01 is now fixed. 
  • Scene Name changes to recorded takes not being applied is now fixed.