Version 987 no longer supports Waves running internally on the console.
We strongly advise Waves users to read the MultiRack for DiGiCo SD Consoles user guide.pdf explaining the requirements to use Waves MultiRack on an external PC and ensuring that all of the necessary equipment and licences are in place to do this before upgrading their console software.
Please visit http://www.waves.com/downloads/digico for more information
New Features (Further details are available later in this document)
Added support for SD Console Control of External Waves MultiRack.
Support for L’Acoustics L-ISA. Additional buttons have been added to the External control panel to facilitate this.
A "Generic OSC" control panel has been added to each channel. This data can be automated on a per snapshot/cue basis.
Additional recall scopes and recall safes have been added for input channel external controls.
Support for DMI Mic card.
A new Snapshot Groups panel has been added to the Snapshots panel. It allows management of which snapshots are in which groups without the need for the group members to be consecutive or for groups to separated by ungrouped snapshots.
Snapshot Recall Scope and Auto-Update Scope can now be copied from another snapshot, using a new button at the bottom right of the respective scope panels.
An Outputs AFL only option has been added to non-broadcast versions and restricts the Solo PFL/AFL choice to input channels only, all outputs being fixed on AFL.
SD12 now has Free and Protected fader touch options.
A new panning option has been added to the Options>Surface menu allowing a different panning response. Type I is current SD and Type II is the new variant.
In Audio IO, all drop down menus have been made larger.
A new Macro, "load session file" has been added.
Fixes from V929
If snapshot changed a De-Esser to a Multiband Compressor, the top X-over frequency was copied to lower X-over freq.
Master fader assignment was not being brought back after save and load in Broadcast.
The Audio master setting could be switched off on Session load
On SD12, having a GEQ assigned to faders could cause an Access violation when another surface control was activated.
Changes to the Hard Mute state while the surface was offline were being ignored on engine synchronization.
On SD12, after restructuring to 96K, a D2 rack would only show the first 3 socket groups.
On SD9,11 and 12, sessions with more than 2 LCR busses would not load.
On SD7, macro triggers for GPI 17-32 were firing macros with triggers of GPI 1-16.
Including a Control Group as part of a macro fader start group could cause an Access Violation.
On SD12, on screen meters were occasionally freezing momentarily.
MADI Console connections reported as ERR when DMI MADI was used as the connection.
On SD7, switching video sources with snapshots did not always recall the correct source.
On SD10, Swapping faders in the centre bank could cause faders to become ganged.
On SD12, new Engine Host code prevents possibility of intermittent clicking on headphone and some Matrix outputs.
On SD12, Audio Mastership now prevented from intermittently switching incorrectly on session load.