FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

To know how the system works please visit this post that we prepared in Medium: How to use StageWave

Depending on the power of your equipment (computer / router / phone) StageWave has a latency of between 10 and 20 milliseconds using USB 2.0 audio interfaces (it can be less if you use DANTE or thunderbolt interfaces), which is sufficient come down for a live performance. Remember to visit the system requirements in the section System Requirements .

You can connect up to 16 devices per session.

Yes, it is entirely possible. The price published for the total number of connections in the pricing page will always be respected.

Yes, but you need to connect it to an audio interface, StageWave will have access to your audio interface inputs.

No, you can use as many channels as you audio device can handle.

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No. StageWave uses all digital signals your mixer or audio interface sends to your computer, they can be the input channels, auxiliary buses or a mixture of both.

Yes, you can use your digital mixer routing in a specific way for putting in your backing track in your mix.

For Windows users: In your backing tracks software you need to same ASIO drivers you are using for StageWave.

Yes, you can use VST using your digital mixer routing in a specific way. See how to do it.

For Windows users: In your backing tracks software you need to same ASIO drivers you are using for StageWave.

Yes, StageWave has independent Compressor and EQ for each channel and mix. You can also use the routing settings of your digital mixer to use the sends in «Pre Fader» mode and also send effects through the channels sent to StageWave.

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