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Old 01-31-2022, 08:21 AM
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Default Source Elements releases Windows version of Source-Nexus

Powerful audio routing tool Source-Nexus makes its Windows debut.

Source Elements, the world leader in low-latency, high-quality real-time audio over the Internet for musicians and studios, announces the release of Source-Nexus for Windows. Source-Nexus is a crucial part of today’s remote collaboration toolkit for audio professionals, allowing users to integrate and route HD audio from anywhere across applications & devices. Available on macOS since 2015, Source-Nexus is available on the Windows operating system for the first time with version 1.3.

Because it doesn’t use any hardware, Source-Nexus keeps HD audio in the digital domain and brings flexible routing capabilities thanks to a robust virtual audio driver and plugins for AAX and VST, along with Audio Units for the macOS version. Multiple Source-Nexus “aux tracks” can be created with custom virtual devices for every app so users can patch all audio apps whether for tracking, mixing, or layering effects. Source-Nexus supports up to 64 channels and track configurations up to 7.1 so users can record remote tracks directly into any DAW/NLE and playback with just about any platform.

Multi-platinum music producer and songwriter Mick Schultz says that “this plugin changed my life—audio in and out from any source with one click.”

The Windows version of Source-Nexus provides a configuration option to create up to 50 Source-Nexus audio devices during the installation process, and then customize those device names and format settings using the Windows Sound Control Panel. Want to add more devices after installing? No problem, simply find Source-Nexus in the installed applications folder, select it and then select Modify and then you can change the number of installed devices on the fly. This brings the functionality in line with the macOS version’s Control Panel.


Check out our latest Source-Nexus tutorial YouTube videos.

Source-Bites: Pro Tools and Skype made easy with Source-Nexus

Source-Bites: Pro Tools and Zoom made easy with Source-Nexus


Compatibility

OS X 10.11 (El Capitan) - macOS 12 (Monterey)
Windows 10 64-bit - Windows 11

64-bit DAWs including Pro Tools, Reaper, Ableton Live, Cubase, Nuendo, Studio One, and many more.


Pricing

Source-Nexus is available as a monthly subscription for $11.95/month or as a one-time purchase for $295.
Available directly from Source Elements as well as on the Avid Marketplace.

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About Source Elements

Since 2004 Source Elements has been helping connect creative people from around the world to collaborate in real-time on the production, approval and delivery of professional quality media for the film and television industry. Source Elements have helped make mission-critical connections and what seemed impossible possible by introducing high-speed internet connectivity to multimedia production workflows through a suite of software applications that enable near real-time broadcast quality production in a collaborative online environment. Find out more at https://www.source-elements.com/
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