Waves is the world’s leading developer of signal processing solutions for the professional, broadcast, and consumer electronics audio markets.
Heard on hit records, major motion pictures, and popular video games worldwide, Waves’ over 100 cutting-edge software and hardware processors are used in every aspect of audio production, from tracking to mixing to mastering, broadcast, live, and more. Additionally, Waves offers semiconductor and licensable algorithms for consumer electronics such as laptops, cellphones, televisions, and portable speakers, which are used by industry leaders including Sony, Sanyo, JVC, Toshiba, and many others.
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We created the Waves Live Division to address the current and future needs of live sound engineers. Over the years, Waves has brought to market a number of products that have become indispensable components of the live sound signal chain, and with the Waves Live Division, we formalize our commitment to FOH, Monitor and Live Sound/Recording/Live Broadcast engineers.
Since its release in November 2006, Waves Live Bundle has become one of the most valued processor packages to accompany Digidesign Venue consoles. Many of the world’s top FOH engineers—“Big Mick” Hughes (Metallica, Led Zeppelin), Ken “Pooch” Van Druten (Linkin Park, System of a Down), Phil Strong (Kanye West), Cirque du Soleil’s Jonathan Deans and Leon Rothenberg, to name a few—currently use Waves in live performances.
With Waves, live engineers now have access to the same award-winning plugins heard on hit records, major motion pictures, and popular video games the world over. From equalizers, channel strips and reverbs, to effects, compressors and limiters, artists are now able to take their exact studio settings to the live performance environment.
“Waves has an unwavering commitment to great sound and to offering performers and engineers the tools they need,” stated Gilad Keren, CEO of Waves. “With the Waves Live Division, Waves can now offer more formal, dedicated efforts to serving the needs of this substantial group of professional audio engineers.”