Audio mixer or audio interface requirements
StageWave can use any audio interface that your operating system recognizes and support the next requirements:
48Khz sampling support.
It must support working with 16-bit samples.
In case of using Windows, the audio device must have ASIO drivers provided by the device manufacturer.
8 GB of RAM.
At least 500 MB of free disk space available.
One Gigabit Ethernet port (you can use a Gigabit Ethernet USB 3.0, USB 3.1, or Thunderbolt adapter if you have a Mac).
The computer must recognize the interface or console as an audio device.
Windows 10 ou superior.
ASIO drivers for the audio device must be installed.
Configure the ASIO driver to have safe mode disabled or use a low latency mode. In addition, you must configure the buffer size with 64 samples.
Verify that there is no firewall blocking the local StageWave server.
Any Mac in early 2011 or later.
macOS 10.12 or newer.
WiFi 802.11ac version or newer.
5 GHz WiFi support.
At least 1 Gigabit Ethernet network port.
A CAT6 Ethernet cable (CAT7 is recommended for distances greater than 30 m).
Configured on an interference-free WiFi channel (we recommend setting the bandwidth at 20Mhz).
In the case of a tri-band router, use both 5 GHz networks independently by configuring different names for each network.
The more devices you need to be connected at the same time, the better your router should be. For a list of recommended routers see our article What router do you recommend? We also encourage you to review the article "Everything you need to know about routers for StageWave".
StageWave can run on iOS devices with the following features:
iOS 10 or newer.
iPhone: 5s onwards.
iPad Air: 1st gen. onwards.
iPad Pro: 1st gen. onwards.
iPad: 4th gen. onwards.
iPad Mini: 2nd gen. onwards.
Android is a special case because there are many manufacturers, in our tests StageWave can run on Android devices with the following characteristics:
Android 8 or newer.
Quadcore processor or superior.
4 GB of RAM or more.
5 GHz WiFi (802.11ac or newer).
If you get bad results with an Android device that meets the above requirements, please write to us at [email protected] or to the website chat.
Preparation of mobile equipment
Mobile teams should be prepared in the following way to have a good experience with the system:
"Airplane mode" activated.
GPS or location services turned off.
Set Airdrop to "Don't Receive" (iPhone only).
Close all other applications.
Note: Motorola devices in general have not shown good performance even though they meet most of the requirements.