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Getting Started


Download the lake remote iPad App – Download on the App Store

Connecting to WiFi

Establish a wireless network with your Lake/PLM Frame(s)/devices via a wireless router connected to the same network as your Lake/PLM frames. Should you have any issues regarding link-local addresses or static IP’s, please read:


For additional networking information, please read the “Lake Network Configuration Guide.pdf” located in Lake Controller bundle: C:\Program Files (x86)\Lake\Lake Controller v6.x\documentation\

Booster antenna are recommended when operating in large venues to ensure best coverage and minimize wireless drop outs, however local legal restrictions may apply – check first before use. If the wireless connection is successful, a WiFi logo will appear in the top left of your iPad screen.

Launching the Lake Remote app

Launch the Lake Remote app on your iPad by touching the Lake Remote app icon.

On launch there is a choice to do one of the following when the iPad is connected to the network and frames are present

Initialize Remote – this starts a new session and searches for the frames on the network – automatically adding them as they are discovered.

Load Last Layout – when you exit Lake Remote, the module layout is saved. Pressing this button restores the layout of the last session.


Lake Remote - Initialize Screen


Should no Lake or PLM frames be detected – Lake Remote app will display the following on the screen allowing you to enter offline mode or to exit the app


Lake Remote - Offline Screen


Offline Demo – with no devices on a network virtual LM and PLM devices are presented on the screen. To enter demo mode ensure WiFi is disabled on the iPad and start the Lake Remote app.

This will open the following screen warning:


Lake Remote - Demo Mode Screen


Once you select Offline Demo another confirmation screen will appear as below.  By selecting “Confirm – Demo” clears any session previously held in the local store as it overwrites the system with demo frames/devices.


Lake Remote - Demo Confirmation Screen


Please note that Lake Remote does not store any frame/device parameters to the local storage that will overwrite online frame parameters – therefore selecting either load last/default option will not affect the audio of the system (only module layout data is stored for recall).

Main Navigation

Home Workspace

Once you have chosen Offline Demo or have connected to the frames online, a screen similar to the one below will display showing the online/demo frames and modules


This shows the offline demo mode home screen with modules populating the workspace

This screen shows the offline demo mode home screen with modules populating the workspace – Online setups will vary depending on the type and number of frames/modules available

Navigation Bar

The Navigation bar allows you to select and choose different functions within Lake Remote. The Navigation bar tree structure and parameters are listed in the below image. Click on the image to enlarge.

 Lake Remote Navigation Bar

Exclusive: Lake Remote Features

Output Mutes

The Output Mutes are a feature only found in Lake Remote. This allows the user to control the Module Output Mutes directly from the HOME screen on top of each module. There is quick visualization to see that the outputs are muted (Red) or un-mute (green).

lake remote - ouptut mute