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Lawo and Waves Integrate New SuperRack LiveBox with the mc² Mixing Platform

Lawo, a German technology company, designs and manufactures innovative network, video, audio, control, and monitoring solutions for various applications, including broadcasting, performing arts, and corporate settings. While, Waves, an audio DSP developer, has developed over 250 plugins and hardware devices for various markets. Recognized for its innovative technologies, Waves’ solutions are used in music production, recording, mixing, mastering, post-production, live sound, broadcast, commercial, and consumer electronics audio markets.

Waves Audio and Lawo announce compatibility between Waves SuperRack LiveBox hardware server and Lawo’s mc² mixing consoles, offering control and flexibility for live sound applications. The integration allows access to a wide range of studio-grade VST3 plug-ins, enhancing audio quality and creative possibilities for audio engineers.

The collaboration between Waves Audio and Lawo brings about the compatibility of Waves SuperRack LiveBox with Lawo’s mc² mixing consoles, enhancing flexibility and efficiency for live sound applications. This integration allows audio engineers to access and control a wide range of studio-grade VST3 plugins, expanding creative possibilities and streamlining the live mixing process.

Waves Audio, the premier supplier of world-renowned audio plugin solutions, and Lawo, manufacturer of superior-sounding and intuitive consoles as well as HOME Apps and a lot more, proudly announce that Waves SuperRack LiveBox, a cutting-edge hardware server showcased at the 2024 NAB Show and scheduled for release in April, is fully compatible with Lawo’s state-of-the-art mc² mixing consoles, providing intuitive flexibility and efficiency for live sound applications.

The integration of LiveBox with Lawo consoles empowers audio professionals with unparalleled control and flexibility, which includes access to, and control of, just about any studio-grade VST3 plug-in on the market—whether developed by Waves or by other vendors.

Subsequently, audio engineers are now free to spice up their console’s pristine audio quality with a host of creative possibilities. The long-standing partnership between Waves and Lawo means that all effects plugins hosted on the new SuperRack LiveBox can be controlled directly from a Lawo console with Snapshot-specific parameter saves and recalls. This further streamlines the live mixing process, enabling engineers to intuitively craft their soundscapes based on the convenience of AES67-based AoIP connections for seamless networking.

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“We are proud to collaborate with Lawo once again to deliver innovative solutions that empower audio professionals,” says Noam Raz, General Manager, Live Division, at Waves.

“With Waves’ LiveBox and Lawo mc² audio consoles, users enjoy the result of Lawo’s commitment to taking our excellent partnership with Waves to the next level,” explains Christian Struck, Senior Product Manager, Audio Infrastructure, at Lawo. “Audio engineers can look forward to unbridled artistic license thanks to the ability to choose from an unlimited pool of effects. We can’t wait to hear the first results of this bold foray into uncharted territory.”

 

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