Waves3 Card

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  • #98398
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    bolutxavpro
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    I”m looking to record more than 64 channels on the dlive console. If I get the Waves3 card, would I need to buy any other waves product to be able to record more than 64 channels at a time? I don’t want to go the dante 128 x 128 route, as I’ll need to get a PCI card. But if I can record with the waves3 card, that’s definitely something I’ll do.
    Does anyone have experience? Answers?

    #98400
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    Brian
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    I think you just need to download the Soundgrid Studio Free version (https://www.waves.com/account/soundgrid-studio-free) which will include the Soundgrid Driver (https://www.waves.com/soundgrid-systems/driver#soundgrid-connect-more-processing-power) which should allow you to multitrack record using a DAW.

    Edit- actually it might be that you only really need to download the Soundgrid Driver which seems to be available as a stand alone download.

    #98414
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    Jack_AH
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    You’ll need the A&H driver too, which can be found my installing “Waves Central” you’ll need to search ‘all products’ (by default it’s only products you’ve purchased) and you’ll find the Allen & Heath Driver.

    #99014
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    bolutxavpro
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    thank you. I thought I responded.

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