Tech Specs

As of October 2015, Waves v9.6 or later no longer supports the TDM format. To run TDM-compatible plugins, you must use the Waves v9.3 offline installer.

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Mac and Windows system requirements for using Waves plugins and applications, including CPU, RAM, Operating System version and more.

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Find out which DAW hosts support Waves audio plugins on Mac and Windows operating systems.

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Find out which platforms support each Waves plugin. Platforms include Waves StudioRack and MultiRack (Native or SoundGrid), Avid VENUE, and various DAWs.

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All Waves plugins support 44.1 kHz and 48 kHz; most support higher sample rates. Sample rate support for MultiRack are the same as Native.

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The table below indicates how much latency is produced by each plugin, in samples. Not all plugins support all platforms (SoundGrid, TDM, Venue).

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This convenient comparison chart displays the various channel components available for every Waves audio plugin: Mono, Stereo, Mono-to-Stereo and Surround.

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In TDM, single precision is 24 bit and double precision is 48 bit. In Native, single precision is 32 bit and double precision is 64 bit.

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Please refer to the latest version on the System Requirements page to find out on which operating systems Waves Central can run.

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Find which SoundGrid audio interface best meets your needs, including SoundGrid I/Os for live mixing consoles, Pro Tools systems, Native DAWs, MADI devices and more.

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Consult this page for up-to-date information on cable types and cable lengths that can be used in a SoundGrid audio networking and processing system.

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Consult this page for up-to-date information on network switches that can be used in a SoundGrid audio networking and processing system.

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The headphone models listed in this page are currently supported by the Headphone EQ calibration feature of the Nx Virtual Mix Room plugin.

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In addition to SoundGrid-compatible plugins by Waves, you can use the following SoundGrid-compatible plugins by other manufacturers in any of Waves’ host applications.

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While Waves products v9.6 or later no longer support the TDM format, there are a number of Waves plugins which can be used on legacy VENUE systems.

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