Waves Audio Ships SuperRack

Waves Audio is now shipping Waves SuperRack, the next generation of plugin processing software for live sound and broadcast engineers. 

Waves said the plugin rack allows users to run up to 128 audio channels through multiple instances of Waves plugins with near-zero latency. It also offers endless customization options that make it easy to tailor the application to the mixing workflow.

SuperRack operates in a SoundGrid Audio-over-Ethernet network, processing audio on a dedicated SoundGrid DSP server.

This significantly increases plugin count, minimizes latency and enables the host and I/O devices to be far apart from each other while accommodating the most complex setups.

SuperRack is a natural extension of the mixing console, designed from the ground up for quick setup time, flexible touch-friendly workspace and unlimited workflow customization. 

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