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Axis One: Waves-optimised audio computer

Posted on: Tuesday 20th of November 2018

Waves Axis One is a standardised computer, custom-designed and optimised to run Waves audio applications. Packed in a road-hardy half-rack 2U case, Axis One is a turnkey solution for live sound, broadcast and the studio. Axis One is: “designed from the ground up to perform reliably and consistently under demanding circumstances, with maximum stability and rock-solid performance”.
Waves say that through careful selection of components and extensive rigorous testing, their computer has been optimised to match the needs of sound engineers using Waves software applications.
With its Waves SoundGrid connectivity, Axis One can act as the “brain” of a SoundGrid system, seamlessly interfacing with SoundGrid I/O devices and servers. Use it at front-of-house, at monitor position, or in your broadcast AV rack – or add it to your studio for tracking, mixing and mastering.
Waves Axis One features:
  • Computer optimized to run Waves software applications
  • Intel® i5 8500 Processor
  • 16GB DDR4 RAM
  • 256GB SSD internal storage
  •  Windows 10
  • 2 HDMI ports, 1 display port
  • 1 SoundGrid port (EtherCon connector), 1 Ethernet port (RJ45 connector)
  • 8 USB2/USB3 ports, 1 USB-C port
  • Rack-mountable case, 2U half-rack


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