Plugins for DiGiCo Consoles

For SD Series and S Series Consoles: SD5, SD7, SD8, SD9, SD10, SD11, SD12, S21, S31

RUN WAVES PLUGINS LIVE ON YOUR DIGICO SD CONSOLE

Waves plugins are used in leading recording studios, mixing rooms and mastering houses around the world. Waves’ SoundGrid technology enables you to run Waves plugins in real time and with super-low latency on your live mixing console—the perfect solution for front-of-house, monitor, broadcast and theater engineers.

Now you can mix with Waves plugins on your DiGiCo SD-series consoles, with maximum plugin control, reliably fast processing speeds, and the ultimate in live sound performance.

To mix with Waves plugins on DiGiCo, you need to run the MultiRack plugin host software on a computer connected to the console. Processing is handled by a Waves SoundGrid server, which offers heavy processing capabilities at ultra-low latency and supports server redundancy. The plugins can be controlled directly from the console, including touch-and-turn plugin parameter adjustments and the ability to manage sessions and snapshots.

Console mirroring is supported, so when you use redundant console setups, any setting and parameter changes will be reflected onto a fully mirrored MultiRack setup.

Use a SoundGrid-certified network switch to connect your console to the computer running MultiRack and to the SoundGrid servers. You'll need the Waves I/O for DiGiCo SD Consoles installed to connect the console to your SoundGrid network.

For more on the Waves I/O for DiGiCo SD Consoles, contact your DiGiCo dealer.

 

RUN WAVES PLUGINS LIVE ON YOUR DIGICO S SERIES CONSOLE

To mix with Waves plugins on DiGiCo S Series consoles, you'll need to run the MultiRack plugin host software on a computer connected to the console. Audio processing is handled by a Waves SoundGrid server, which offers heavy processing capabilities at ultra-low latency and supports server redundancy.

Use a SoundGrid-certified network switch to connect the MultiRack host computer to the console and the SoundGrid servers. You'll also need DiGiCo's DMI Waves I/O card installed to connect the console to the SoundGrid network.

For more on the DMI Waves I/O card, contact your DiGiCo dealer.