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Introduction to MultiRack
RUN WAVES PLUGINS LIVE ON YOUR CONSOLEMultiRack is a software host that lets FOH and monitor engineers run multiple, simultaneous instances of the same award-winning Waves plugins used in recording studios and mixing rooms the world over. The world’s best-sounding reverbs, equalizers, compressors, limiters and delays are at your fingertips, without the limitations of hardware and at a fraction of the cost.MultiRack application is ideal for live sound, broadcast, post-production facilities and more. With easy setup and advanced preset capabilities, MultiRack delivers all the flexibility and portability of software, with sound quality and convenience that beats hardware.
Take studio sound to the stage and back again
Quick and simple setup
A fraction of the cost of hardware
Full recall, full control
Set and save presets and snapshots per song and song sections
Advanced side-chaining capabilities
Windows- and OS X-compatible
Real-time low-latency plugin (MultiRack SoundGrid only)
Simultaneous processing and recording capabilities (MultiRack SoundGrid only)
Plugin chain presets saved on MultiRack can be loaded in StudioRack, and vice versa.
Compact Combo for Yamaha
Impact Combo for Allen & Heath
Impact Combo for Yamaha
Impact Prelude Combo for Yamaha
Server One Combo for Yamaha
WSG-Y16 mini-YGDAI I/O Card
Waves plugins and MultiRack Native require activation to hard disk or USB Flash Drive.
Waves Worldwide Support is +972-3-608-4000
Waves US Support:
Phone: 1-865-909-9200 ext. 1
Waves product specialists are also available for immediate support:
Val Gamarnik: email@example.com | Noam Raz: firstname.lastname@example.org
There are four basic components in a MultiRack setup:
Plugins (compressors, EQs, delays, etc.) process the audio.
Racks, like their hardware equivalents, hold multiple plugin processors.
Snapshots are presets which store your plugin and rack settings.
Sessions store the settings for all plugins, racks, and snapshots, as well as information about the setup design and signal flow.
MultiRack Native relies on the power of a host computer to process the audio and uses an ASIO/Core Audio interface to connect to a console.
What you need:
MultiRack SoundGrid uses an external SoundGrid DSP server to achieve low-latency performance and run multiple plugins in real time.