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Waves signals new Commercial Audio product line

Waves signals new Commercial Audio product line

Waves signals new Commercial Audio product line

The CA1000 and CA2000 Commercial Audio DSP engines have been unveiled as the first products of the Waves Commercial Audio line. Designed to improve audio playback quality and speech intelligibility in any Dante-based AV installation, the single-box software-plus-hardware turnkey solution incorporates over two dozen premium Waves processors with pre-configured audio processing presets.

The Waves CA1000 and CA2000 Professional DSP Engine units can integrate into both new or existing AV installations that use Dante networking. 19 audio processing presets troubleshoot playback quality, speech intelligibility via a wide array of microphones and amplification systems, feedback elimination and voice processing without loss of tonality. Based on the Waves premium plugins, the presets are can be further customised and stored according to individual room or zone requirements. As a result, common problems associated with media playback, wireless mics, meeting room/table mics, lectern/pulpit mics and broadcast/streaming can be overcome.

Once customised, each of the presets can be locked-in by the installer for individual channels, groups or zones to deliver optimal results based on the IO, PA and room. The rack-mountable CA1000 and the CA2000 can be configured to process up to 16x16 and 64x64 bi-directional audio channels respectively over the Dante network.

In brief, Waves has added further enhancements to its SoundGrid Studio software and its StudioRack plug-in chainer. The upgraded SoundGrid Studio software contains a new Control Room section so that users can toggle between multiple sources, the ability to stream audio between up to 14 audio interfaces and an updated interface for both the SoundGrid Studio control panel and the eMotion ST mixer. The StudioRack update adds eight macros per chain, parallel processing racks and multiband split racks, along with a plug-in search function and floating plug-in windows.

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