Waves Audio Intros SuperRack LiveBox MADI + Shipping SuperRack LiveBox With Dante

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Waves Audio announced the addition of dedicated MADI-ready units to its new line of SuperRack LiveBox native live processing units. Waves says its SuperRack LiveBox enables access to the power studio-grade VST3 plugins, from Waves and all other manufacturers, all running natively in a “simple and robust” turnkey solution. Waves says the new SuperRack LiveBox MADI features low latency, PSU redundancy, industry-standard SuperRack Performer audio plugin host, Waves Live bundle with over 50  plugins for live mixing and MADI connectivity—all in one 2U unit. The MADI I/O supports 128 channels: 64 MADI Coaxial & 64 MADI Optical.

In addition, SuperRack LiveBox units with Dante connectivity, available for orders since earlier in 2024, are now shipping.

Waves says the SuperRack LiveBox gives live sound engineers and creative artists access to all their favorite audio plugins, all running natively on a turnkey device that’s quick and easy to set up in any live or broadcast setting.

LiveBox’s combination of hardware and software is “carefully optimized to run plugins efficiently and reliably.” Waves says users can imply hook up the LiveBox to a console and start mixing—no complex setup needed. The inclusion of Dante and MADI connectivity options ensures that users are good to go in all popular live console setups. Optional dual power supply provides power redundancy for extra reliability in any setting, according to the company.