WNAMM10: Mackie Adds Waves MultiRack For Onyx

Realtime channel processing on live inputs      17/01/10

No flash plug


   Windows Media 
10:43 mins

Hook up your Mackie Onyx iSeries desk to your firewire equipped Apple laptop, install Waves Multirack - the specially designed Waves plug-in host for real time processing, and you now have - in the case of the Onyx 16:4:2   - sixteen channels of computer hosted real-time plugins and inserts on your live mixer channels.

Sweet.


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Daniel    Said...

Hi Nick!

Seems like the video is stopping at about 2:23. Not sure if it's only me, but anyway, it was quiet an interesting video.

I'm on a Mac OSX 4.11 running Firefox 3.5.7 with Flash 10,0,32,18. Will upgrade Flash and see if it works.

Thanks! Daniel

17-Jan-10 07:18 PM


Daniel    Said...

Upgraded Flash and it still stopping at 2:23.

Sorry to bother you and thanks again! :)

17-Jan-10 07:33 PM


Ant    Said...

Same problem here. Would love to see the rest of this.

18-Jan-10 12:41 AM


Z    Said...

Same problem here as well. Looking forward to seeing the rest of the interview.

18-Jan-10 11:35 AM


tba03    Said...

same issue here

19-Jan-10 07:31 PM


bg    Said...

ya video stops playing

27-Feb-10 12:06 AM


Rob    Said...

Ya, the video definitely stops! Seems Firefox is stopping a pop-up ad, which stops the whole video. You definitely should get this fixed, because up to that point it's the best info out on the Waves Rack, and I want (no need) to find out more! Fix it!!

29-Dec-10 01:59 PM


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