Waves cloud-based audio mixing tool now supports NDI signals

Waves Audio has announced support for NDI with the Waves Cloud MX Audio Mixer, a cloud-based audio mixer.

As broadcast production workflows evolve from entire on-premises control rooms to remote integration (REMI), hybrid or completely cloud-based environments, there is a crucial and urgent need for efficient cloud-based audio mixing. To solve this necessity, Waves’ Cloud MX Audio Mixer was born. The cloud solution is NDI-compatible, fitting into NDI-based environments, with patching and routing of NDI audio streams.

Cloud MX Audio Mixer is deployed on AWS to make functional the integration with new or existing cloud production systems. The tool has the capacity to scale productions with any number of audio mixers, without the operational costs involved in shipping, maintaining or scheduling on-premises gear and personnel.

“The cloud is revolutionizing live production and creative workflows; broadcasters and creators need professional audio tools to manage audio streams seamlessly over the cloud. With Waves Audio adopting NDI, the Cloud MX Audio Mixer now offers mixing, processing, and routing without the need for converting or transcoding, thanks to NDI and its wide adoption.” says Suso Carrillo, NDI Marketing Lead at Vizrt Group.

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