Waves Audio has introduced SuperRack Performer, a Waves plugin host that turns your Mac or PC into a live sound system.
SuperRack Performer is designed to let you use studio processing chains live, with per-instrument effects, the ability to quickly save and recall presets, and the ability to tune your output to solve venue problems.
- Native Waves plugin host for live performances.
- Get your exact studio sound on stage.
- USB sync with digital consoles; no additional cabling.
- App optimized & streamlined for live show use.
- Recall snapshots remotely using the Waves mRecall app
- Get top tier-sound at any show, of any size or budget.
- Solve room problems with Waves’ specialized plugins.
- Run up to 64 stereo plugin racks.
- Stable & reliable for live shows with minimal latency.
Pricing and Availability:
SuperRack Performer is available now for $99 USD.
6 thoughts on “Waves Announces SuperRack Performer – Mix Live with Plugins, Natively on Mac & PC”
Try Live Professor. It’s free and does exactly the same thing, doesn’t require subscription plugins
LiveProfessor looks good but Audioström seems to have changed their license conditions now.
They offer a perpetual license for €99 with the benefits of:
LiveProfessor plugin host – no time limit
All updates free for 24 months
Valid for one user on three systems
Any of the many live plugin hosts that have snapshot/scenes/states would do the trick such as:
Gig Performer (PC, Mac)
VST Live (PC, Mac)
Camelot (PC, Mac, iOS)
Your DAW at a push could probably handle the task. I know that Reaper is flexible enough.
isn’t this all dependent on how fast your audio interface and cpu is?
Dont forget Waves is an Israeli based company
Like it or not, Israel is a strategic western ally.
A blanket boycott as you’re suggesting seems misplaced.
There is a healthy proportion of moderates in Israel posing significant resistance to the hardline.
More research of the policies of Waves company should be provided before advocating a boycott.
I agree with fake Sonic