Adamson Systems has announced the release of Load Library V4, which it hopes will “enhance the user experience and elevate the sonic performance of Adamson products in the field to a whole new level.”
Now, all Adamson loudspeakers are presented as a single module in Lake Controller, simplifying the output routing process and minimising the time it takes to complete group assignments.
Version 4 presents a cleaner and more streamlined workflow, especially with all loudspeakers utilising linear phase crossovers, as only half of the total modules are present on the workspace.
Custom FIR filters for the high-performance E15, E12, and S10 systems has resulted in a more tailored response, especially in the crossover region. This translates to a more even frequency response, as well as a higher level of uniformity across the horizontal plane.
Another feature new to version 4 is a vastly improved limiting structure. The refinement of the peak limitation capabilities of the Lab.gruppen PLM, PLM+, and D Series amplifiers has allowed for both increased headroom and a cleaner transient response when paired with Adamson loudspeakers.
Finally, Array Shaping is now available as a recallable Overlay. This streamlines the Array Shaping procedure, eliminating the need to recall Sub-System files containing pre-made groups and allowing the user to take advantage of all 28 available groups in Lake Controller while cutting down on the amount of DSP used in the workspace.
“We’re not only committed to continually delivering state-of-the-art, high-performance audio products; we also want to ensure that our current solutions are performing at the highest possible level for our partners and end users around the world, and that’s exactly what this latest version of Load Library does for our users,” said Adamson Systems’ product manager and senior applications engineer Brian Fraser.
Adamson’s Load Library V4 is now available from the Adamson website, and the individual module files will be available shortly in the accompanying installation Load Library file when installing Lake Controller 6.5.1.