Waves and Flux:: have joined forces to enable Flux:: plugins to run in Waves SoundGrid applications.
Starting at the first quarter of 2016, fifteen Flux:: plugins (Epure, Elixir, Solera etc.) will be compatible with Waves WPAPI (Waves Public API) in Native and SoundGrid. Flux:: will be able to run in Waves applications such as Waves MultiRack SoundGrid and Waves MultiRack Native, the Waves eMotion ST mixer, Waves StudioRack, and the forthcoming Waves eMotion LV1 mixer. As a result, Flux:: plugins will now be able to run in live environments as well.
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