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How to Use Waves MultiRack v9.101 for Live Sound
Waves MultiRack is a software host that lets you run Waves plugins on your live sound system. You can use it with any mixing console and any audio interface that supports ASIO or Core Audio drivers. With MultiRack, you can have access to high-quality reverbs, EQs, compressors, limiters, delays and more, without the limitations of hardware and at a fraction of the cost.
In this article, we will show you how to download, install and activate Waves MultiRack v9.101, as well as how to set up your audio interface and console for optimal performance. We will also give you some tips and tricks on how to use MultiRack effectively in your live sound workflow.
Downloading and Installing Waves MultiRack v9.101
To download Waves MultiRack v9.101, you need to have a Waves account and a valid license for the plugins you want to use. You can create an account and purchase licenses at www.waves.com. Once you have your account and licenses, follow these steps:
Go to www.waves.com/downloads/v9 and choose your platform (Windows or Mac).
Launch the installer and choose the plugins or plugin bundle from the list. The installer will also install the MultiRack application and the Waves SoundGrid ASIO driver (for Windows users).
Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation.
Activating Waves MultiRack v9.101
To activate Waves MultiRack v9.101, you need to have a USB flash drive or a hard disk that you can dedicate to your Waves licenses. You can use any USB flash drive or hard disk that has at least 4 GB of free space and is formatted as FAT32 (Windows) or Mac OS Extended (Mac). To activate MultiRack, follow these steps:
Connect your USB flash drive or hard disk to your computer.
Launch the Waves Central application (located in Applications/Waves Central on Mac or C:\Program Files (x86)\Waves Central on Windows).
Log in to your Waves account using your email and password.
Select the Licenses page and choose your USB flash drive or hard disk from the list of devices.
Select the licenses you want to activate and click Send Licenses.
Wait for the activation process to finish and then eject your USB flash drive or hard disk safely.
Setting Up Your Audio Interface and Console for MultiRack
To use Waves MultiRack v9.101 with your audio interface and console, you need to make sure that they are compatible and configured correctly. Here are some general guidelines:
Your audio interface should support ASIO or Core Audio drivers and have enough inputs and outputs for your needs. You can use any sample rate up to 96 kHz, but we recommend using 48 kHz for optimal performance.
Your console should have insert points or direct outputs for each channel that you want to process with MultiRack. You should also have enough aux sends and returns for any effects that you want to use with MultiRack.
You should connect your audio interface outputs to your console inputs using balanced cables, and your console outputs to your audio interface inputs using balanced cables. You should also connect your audio interface outputs to your speakers or monitors using balanced cables.
You should set the buffer size of your audio interface driver as low as possible without causing dropouts or glitches. You can adjust the buffer size in the Settings menu of MultiRack.
You should set the latency compensation of your console to match the latency of your audio interface driver. You can check the latency of your driver in the Settings menu of MultiRack.
Using Waves MultiRack v9.101 for Live Sound
To use Waves MultiRack v9.101 for live sound, you need to create racks for each channel or bus that you want to process with plugins. A rack is a virtual signal chain that contains up to 9160f4acd4