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Burl Mothership lands Waves SoundGrid technology

Posted on: Wednesday 18th of July 2018

waves_burlThe Burl Mothership is now Waves SoundGrid-compatible, enabling audio over Ethernet connectivity for Burl Audio’s Mothership B80 and B16, offering a high channel count per connection and low latency while using an ordinary gigabit Ethernet connection.

Waves SoundGrid is an Audio-over-Ethernet technology which allows users to stream high counts of digital audio channels (up to 128) and to process that audio through plugins at ultra-low-latency (as low as 0.8 ms), all taking place over a 1Gb network – beneficial for simple project studios, live venues or for complex networked recording and broadcast facilities.

The BMB4 Motherboard for Burl Audio’s high-end Mothership series of modular AD/DA convertors effortlessly adds the power of SoundGrid to your system, with up to 64 channels of extremely low-latency audio networking, plugin processing and real-time monitoring with plugins. Burl Audio’s Mothership series of empty converter chassis represents an innovative way of approaching digital conversion: an all Class-A, discrete analog circuit with proprietary transformers on input, and opamps on output. The result is a flexible system with unparalleled clarity and warmth.

Mick Olesh, Waves EVP of Sales & Marketing, comments, “We are delighted to offer Waves SoundGrid technology and the use of Waves plugins for Burl Audio’s B80 Mothership with BMB4 SoundGrid Network Connectivity, thus augmenting the capabilities of the B80 Mothership and substantially increasing its ability to network easily and efficiently.”



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