Slight swerve - but I don't know what Avid is going to do long term about Waves and their new DSP. AAX DSP is not supported by waves - so no Waves on the S3L (or their studio HDX cards). Hard to imagine a new line of avid desks with no waves. Weird.
Has Waves stated that they will not support AAX at any point in the future, or is it just that they don't support it right now?
What they do not support is DSP AAX on anything other than their own Soundgrid hardware.
Are Soundgrid servers in fact not just TDM?I thought the whole AAX DSP thing was because you have to pay Avid for a license to make AAX DSP plugins, but you can't make your own AAX DSP hardware, so you basically eat all these development costs to only sell to HDX users. Waves use TDM themselves in their soundgrid products, so developing for TDM makes sense...Ultimately, this is a format battle. Waves are banking on digigrid taking over some of the HDX market, and so to try and achieve that, they are making sure digigrid has a monopoly on DSP accelerated waves plugins. When the dust settles, logic suggests that if digigrid flops, then Waves will adopt AAX DSP in order to get back into the Protools HD market
This is definitely incorrect. Soundgrid Servers use intel processors
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