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Waves MultiRack and Plugins now integrated with the KN-DSP100 Kramer Network Server

Waves Audio has now integrated Waves MultiRack and Waves plugins in the KN-DSP100 Kramer Network Server from pro AV firm Kramer Electronics
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Waves Audio has now integrated Waves MultiRack and Waves plugins in the KN-DSP100 Kramer Network Server from pro AV firm Kramer Electronics

Waves MultiRack is a software host used by FOH and monitor engineers to run multiple simultaneous instances of the same award-winning plugins used in recording studios and mixing rooms the world over.  

The Kramer Network Server, with Kramer Network and DSP functionality for large-scale audio deployments, provides DSP-over-IP and enables simultaneous processing of 64 of its more than 1000 input channels – and distribution to over 1000 outputs. The unit is fully compatible with any Dante audio signal and provides auto-detection of all Kramer devices and their functionality. The KN-DSP100’s processing is powered by Waves and seamlessly integrates with all standard IT infrastructures. 

With Waves MultiRack and plugins now integrated, the KN-DSP100 brings the same powerful tools that world-renowned live sound engineers rely upon daily to AV professionals at large-scale system deployments such as airports, hotels, courtrooms and hospitals, providing seamless processing of up to 64 channels over a Dante network.  Bundled with top Waves plugins – the WNS Noise Suppressor, GEQ Graphic Equalizer, Q10 Graphic Equalizer, C1 Compressor, MaxxVolume, L1 Ultramaximizer, Renaissance Compressor, X-FDBK, MaxxBass, OneKnob Louder, OneKnob Phatter and the eMo Generator – the KN-DSP100 covers a vast array of beneficial processing needs.

“As a music producer and sound engineer, I realise the significance of audio in our everyday lives. From that understanding, the KN-DSP100 was born,” said Yuval Kramer, director of audio at Kramer.

“That’s why partnering with Waves, a powerhouse in professional audio who share this view, seemed natural. KN-DSP100 marks the beginning of an audio revolution in the pro-AV industry,” added Kramer.

Mick Olesh, Waves EVP of sales & marketing, said: “We are pleased to collaborate with Kramer and to have our technology power the KN-DSP100. With our software at the core of its processing capabilities, it significantly enhances its user’s workflow and overall sound shaping and control.”

KN-DSP100 Kramer Network Server features:

● Over 1,000 inputs & outputs using Dante

● 64 processed inputs

● Powered by Kramer Network

● Processing power by Waves Audio, the world’s leading developer of audio DSP solutions

This week Waves also announced the introduction of its new Mobius 3D headphones in collaboration with manufacturer Audeze.

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