Waves Announces New Features for the Cloud MX Broadcast Audio Mixer

by | Audio, Gear, Production

Waves Audio, the world’s leading developer of professional audio signal processing technologies and plugins, announces new updates for the Waves Cloud MX Broadcast Audio Mixer. With this update, Cloud MX now supports 32+2 faders via dual Waves FIT controllers, as well as tactile control of plugins via the Waves FIT Controller, expanding the Cloud MX mixing experience for the user.  

The Waves Cloud MX Broadcast Audio Mixer is a professional cloud-based audio mixer. It delivers pristine audio, high-precision mix control, and creative processing capabilities, with full integration of Waves’ massive catalog of audio plugins – all in a scalable, remotely operated, broadcast-ready cloud workflow. With this new update, users can enjoy a fast, streamlined workflow in the cloud, with unmatched audio quality.  

The latest Cloud MX updated features:

  • Expand your tactile control to 32+2 faders. The new Cloud MX update allows users to combine two Waves FIT Controllers to the same mixer. The two FITs can work in tandem, for 32+2 faders and encoders per mix layer, or independently, where each FIT controls a mix layer of the user’s choice. 
  • Control plugins directly from the Waves FIT controller. The Cloud MX update brings a tactile experience to mixing with plugins. Plugin parameters are auto-mapped to the FIT control surface, allowing users to mix with plugins hands-on, with zero manual setup. 

In addition to these new features, the Cloud MX Broadcast Audio Mixer features an improved GUI (with updated layout), bug fixes and eight additional user keys. 

Cloud MX allows you and your team to bring a new level of audio fidelity, flexibility, and complete control to your broadcast production. The mixer’s control options include multiple touchscreen support, plus tactile mixing with the Waves FIT Controller and/or Mackie/MIDI controllers. Finally, you can enjoy superior audio quality and a pro mixing workflow without compromise, in a professional cloud environment. 

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