|Page (1) of 1 - 07/27/04||email article||print page|
Waves Introduces The Musicians Bundle IIAffordable DSP processing tools for musicians in all genres of music (July 27, 2004)
Waves Ltd., the leading manufacturer of audio DSP processing software for DAW systems, has expanded its range of affordable processing tools for guitarists, vocalists, and other musicians using native, host-based systems. Introducing the Musicians Bundle II.
The Musicians Bundle II carries on the tradition of affordable tools offering the clarity and intuitive control expected from Waves, and is designed for adding special character with presence, punch, and life to the sound of any track. Featuring two of Waves legendary signature processors ? Renaissance Compressor and Renaissance EQ ? the Musicians Bundle II also includes two delay and ambience tools, SuperTap and Doubler, plus a unique vocal processor, Renaissance Vox.
Two plug-ins, the Renaissance Compressor and Renaissance Equalizer (EQ), are the industry standard and have been by used by leading artists, engineers, and producers on countless hit tracks. Renaissance Compressor recreates the warm sound and simple operation of classic analog hardware compressors. The Renaissance Compressor features ARC (Auto Release Control) and Opto/Electro modes with a brickwall (L1 style) limiter on the output. Renaissance EQ has user-selectable filter types that respond like classic analog/tube processing, adding air and smoothness while maintaining clarity and space.
Offering supreme control for vocals, the Renaissance Vox is designed to be superbly powerful, while also being the worlds easiest compressor to use. Created to enhance and focus vocal clarity while reducing background noise, the Renaissance Vox is ideal for lead vocals, instrument tracks, or radio voiceovers.
Additional plug-ins in the Musicians Bundle II focus on time domain effects. The Doubler is a superior automatic double-tracking device that will make any instrument or vocal larger than life, adding depth and dimension to the sound. Employing an innovative combination of delay and pitch modulation, the Waves Doubler creates a whole new gamut of time-domain doubling effects. The SuperTap plug-in features six powerful multi-tap delays with up to six seconds of mono or stereo delay, EQ-style filtering, rotation, gain, and precision control of delay times. In addition, theres the ability to add modulation and different feedback modes, along with tempo/tap pattern insertion. SuperTap can create wild delays, incredible ambient effects, and unique room sounds.
A 14-day free demo of the Musicians Bundle II is available from authorized Waves dealers or at www.waves.com. The Musicians Bundle II is currently shipping with an MSRP of $200. It is available for native systems via RTAS, AudioSuite, VST, DirectX (Win), and MAS (Mac).
About Waves Ltd.:
Waves is a leading provider of audio DSP solutions for professional, broadcast, and consumer electronics audio markets. Waves has ten years of expertise in the development of psycho-acoustic signal processing algorithms that leverage knowledge on the human perception of hearing to radically improve perceived sound quality. Waves award-winning processors are utilized to improve sound quality in the creation of the worlds most popular music, movie soundtracks, and multimedia titles. Waves offers computer software solutions and hardware plus software solutions for the professional and broadcast markets. Waves also offers semiconductor with embedded software solutions under the Maxx brand for the consumer electronics audio applications. Waves Maxx technology dramatically enhances audio performance in consumer applications and has been licensed to several leading companies, including Motorola and Microsoft.
Waves Ltd. is exhibiting at Booth #341 during the 2004 NAMM Summer Session in Nashville, TN.
For more information, visit the Waves web site at http://www.waves.com.
Related Keywords:Musicians Bundle II, DSP processing, music, DAW, Renaissance Compressor, Renaissance EQ, SuperTap, Renaissance Vox, compressor, double-tracking,