Lawo and Waves introduce integration of new SuperRack LiveBox with mc2 mixing platform

Waves Audio, a  provider of audio plugin solutions, and Lawo have announced the seamless compatibility of Waves SuperRack LiveBox, a cutting-edge hardware server showcased at the 2024 NAB Show and set for release in April, with Lawo’s state-of-the-art mc² mixing consoles. This integration promises enhanced flexibility and efficiency for live sound applications.

The integration of LiveBox with Lawo consoles empowers audio professionals with control and flexibility, granting access to a wide array of studio-grade VST3 plugins available on the market, whether developed by Waves or other vendors.

This partnership allows audio engineers to elevate their console’s audio quality with lots of creative possibilities. The longstanding collaboration between Waves and Lawo ensures that all effects plugins hosted on the new SuperRack LiveBox can be directly controlled from a Lawo console, with Snapshot-specific parameter saves and recalls. This streamlined integration simplifies the live mixing process, allowing engineers to intuitively craft their soundscapes leveraging AES67-based AoIP connections for seamless networking.

Noam Raz, General Manager of the Live Division at Waves, expresses pride in the collaboration, stating, “We are thrilled to once again partner with Lawo to deliver innovative solutions that empower audio professionals.”

Christian Struck, Senior Product Manager of Audio Infrastructure at Lawo, elaborates on the partnership, saying, “With Waves’ LiveBox and Lawo mc² audio consoles, users benefit from Lawo’s commitment to elevating our longstanding partnership with Waves to new heights. Audio engineers can now enjoy unparalleled creative freedom, selecting from an extensive pool of effects. We eagerly anticipate hearing the results of this bold venture into uncharted territory.”

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