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Waves Announces Upgrades For Cloud MX Audio Mixer

Now offers automated activation and installation capabilities, supports license activation to an instance’s local disk drive or an external EBS drive on AWS (as well as to a Persistent Disk on GCP), provides automated scripts, and more.
Waves Audio has announced advancements in its Cloud MX audio mixer.

Waves Audio has announced significant upgrades in its Cloud MX audio mixer that are designed to reduce time-to-deployment and complexity, particularly benefitting IT DevOps teams tasked with managing these environments. Here’s an overview of the upgrades:

1. Waves Central’s Remote Assistance Mode: Waves Central, the hub for managing Waves licenses and installations, now offers automated activation and installation capabilities. Customers can automate deployments by creating a URL that triggers the installation and activation of Cloud MX and its plugins remotely and non-interactively.

2. More Flexible Licensing Options: Waves now supports license activation to an instance’s local disk drive or an external EBS drive on AWS, as well as to a Persistent Disk on GCP.

3. Turnkey Automated Scripts: Waves provides automated scripts that enable broadcasters and M&E companies to create complete environments with a single push of a button. These scripts automate the activation, installation, and configuration of all relevant applications and drivers, to help ensure more reliable and repeatable deployments.

Cloud MX is designed for compatibility with major cloud platforms and protocols, including Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud Platform. It integrates with Dante Connect and NDI AV protocols. Waves offers Cloud MX on a subscription basis, with weekly, monthly, and yearly plans.

Go here for more about the Cloud MX mixer.

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