Waves Audio has announced the upcoming release of SoundGrid – a new technology that lets you run large numbers of Waves’ audio processors using standard PCs via Ethernet, surpassing the specs of dedicated DSP-based platforms.
SoundGrid offers low latency performance, which means users can take advantage of even more audio processors and CPU-intensive processors than ever before. According to Waves, they are leveraging advances in both Ethernet and CPU technologies to provide better, more cost-effective performance for the pro audio and live sound markets.
SoundGrid Key Benefits:
- Provides low latency platform for running Waves plug-ins
- Uses standard, off-the-shelf components: computers, switches, servers, Ethernet cables, etc.
- Integration with analog and digital mixing consoles
- Provides a complete Redundancy & Recovery system
- Upcoming SoundGrid versions will implement recording capabilities
Details at the Waves site.