MultiRack

Learn how to use the copy/paste feature of Waves plugins in order to move plugins and presets from DAW inserts to StudioRack or to Waves apps and mixers.

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Learn how Hillsong Church enhances its live sound, broadcast and post-production capabilities by using Waves SoundGrid audio processing and networking.

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Learn how you can take your live sound to the next level by mixing your shows with the same cutting-edge plugins used in top recording and mixing studios.

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Find which plugins FOH engineer Jim Ebdon (Aerosmith, Annie Lennox) runs on his live console to bring Maroon 5’s studio sound to their live concerts.

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Waves invites developers to join the SoundGrid revolution by incorporating the SoundGrid protocol for real-time low-latency audio processing and networking.

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Michael Abbott, broadcast production mixer for The Voice, uses the Waves SoundGrid processing platform and the Waves MultiRack plugin host to ensure that live broadcasts sound the same as pre-taped episodes.

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Waves MultiRack is the industry’s leading live sound plugin host. Now, we’re kicking things up a notch.

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Waves introduces the MultiRack live audio host application. MultiRack is like an outboard FX rack, but since it's software, it's more convenient and consistent than hardware. MultiRack comes in two versions: Native and SoundGrid.

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Monitor engineer Kevin “Tater” McCarthy has worked with a slew of leading artists like Linkin Park, Phil Collins, and Eric Clapton. In this interview, he tells us how Waves has become an integral part of his setup on the current Slash tour.

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While Myles Kennedy originally gained fame as a member of Alter Bridge (along with Creed alumna Mark Tremonti, Brian Marshall, and Scott Phillips), it is his current gig as lead vocalist with Slash that has landed him even wider acclaim. In this interview, Myles tells us how he uses Waves MultiRack live on tour with Slash.

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