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Waves Audio Announces New Live Division

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ANAHEIM, CA—Based on years of creating hardware and software tools that have become a staple of the modern recording studio, Waves Audio has announced the formation of the Waves Live Division, a dedicated branch addressing the current and future needs of the live sound market sector. Throughout its history, 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, the company now formalizes its commitment to the live sound market, benefiting FOH, monitor and live sound/recording/live broadcast engineers. As part of the Division's inaugural initiatives, Waves will unveil a new Live Division website (www.waveslive.com), as well as release the D-Show Enabler, making over 50 Waves TDM plug-ins compatible for the live environment.

Waves’ history in the live sound market is rich and varied. MaxxBCL was the first Waves product to successfully help deliver the most bass out of PA systems including Line Arrays, and since its introduction over three years ago, it has been used by leading sound companies, improving sound in prominent tours, top live venues, and places of worship around the world.

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