NAMM 2015: Waves Introduces Tracks Live

Multitrack recording software solution designed to capture live performances of any kind      28/01/15

NAMM 2015: Waves Introduces Tracks Live


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Waves has announced Waves Tracks Live, which they describe as a multitrack recording software solution created with and for live sound engineers and designed to capture live performances of any kind, from the smallest gig to the largest production.

Waves says that Tracks Live enables easy switching between stereo out and multi out modes, allowing you to toggle back and forth between recording and virtual soundcheck with the click of a button. They tell us that the automatic multichannel re-routing engine also adapts to any changes you make on the fly, making it easier than ever to set up big shows with hundreds of tracks.

A spokesperson told us, "Designed with close attention to every detail to ensure superior user experience, Tracks Live will make your live recording process faster, easier and absolutely reliable."

Highlights

  • ASIO/Core Audio-compatible and works with virtually any audio interface
  • PC- and Mac-compatible
  • Record and play back hundreds of tracks
  • Supported sample rate of up to 192 kHz
  • File formats compatible with all popular DAWS
  • Automatic track routing configuration
  • Fast switching between recording and virtual soundcheck
  • Meter bridge view for easy monitoring
  • System lock (to protect against accidental key pressing)


Pricing and Availability:
Coming soon.

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