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L3-16 Multimaximizer

 473,28  68,96

L3-16 Multimaximizer

Presenting the most advanced member of Waves’ acclaimed L-Series: the L3-16 Multimaximizer, a 16-band peak limiter delivering unparalleled loudness with unprecedented control.

LEVELS (by Mastering The Mix)

 50,82

LEVELS (by Mastering The Mix)

LEVELS helps music producers get a technically excellent final mix and master. It does this by analyzing the essential elements of your mix and alerting you if there is an issue. The powerful tools give you the crucial information you need to make improvements to your mix.

Version 2.0 is now out!

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Linear Phase Multiband Compressor

 128,45  43,09

Linear Phase Multiband Compressor

Utilizing unique technologies like Adaptive Thresholds, Automatic Makeup Gain, and Finite Response Filters, Linear Phase Multiband features five user-definable bands with linear phase crossovers for phase distortion-free Multiband Compression.

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LoAir

 68,10  34,47

LoAir

LoAir is unique in that it lets you process polyphonic content that enhances your low end in the most natural and musical way.

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Manny Marroquin Distortion

 85,34  43,09

Manny Marroquin Distortion

Manny Marroquin on the MM Distortion: “One of the things I also love is distortion. Whether or not it’s audible, sometimes I just want to feel it. By adding just a touch of it, it will help get me that. And I’m not just talking just about guitars, either. A little bit of distortion on vocals, Rhodes, Wurlis, etc. can really add a lot of attitude and edge. So whether you like it ‘crunchy-style’ or ‘down-and-dirty,’ this Distortion is a simple but very effective plugin.”

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Manny Marroquin EQ

 85,34  43,09

Manny Marroquin EQ

Manny Marroquin on the MM EQ: “When I sit down to do a mix, and I’m looking to do some creative equalization, as opposed to doing some ‘clean up,’ I always seem to end up reaching for the same frequencies. That’s when I go for one of my six go-to equalizers, depending on the frequency: SSL 9080 XL K for its high and low pass filters; Quad 8 or Neve 1073 for the low end; Quad 8 or Motown for lows/low mids; Motown, 1073 and API 550B for mids/high mids; and Avalon 2055 for its silky high end. Waves and I captured the best of each of my favorite EQs – and put them together in one plugin.”

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Manny Marroquin Tone Shaper

 85,34  43,09

Manny Marroquin Tone Shaper

Manny Marroquin on the MM Tone Shaper: “Parallel compression plays a huge part in my mixing technique. It adds richness and really brings out the full character of almost any sound and helps different elements stand out within a mix. Tone Shaper is a parallel compressor with four separate bands plus EQ and a few other ‘secret ingredients’ that make it quick and easy to change tonality of a track to match your mix. I’ve found that when a mix is like 80% there, instead of EQ or volume, adding the Tone Shaper makes things jump out, without sacrificing space in the mix.”

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Manny Marroquin Triple D

 85,34  43,09

Manny Marroquin Triple D

Manny Marroquin on the MM Triple D: “Getting rid of “boxy” sound, harshness and sibilance can take a lot of work – if you want to do it right, which means not EQing things out and carving certain frequency ranges completely out of your signal. The Triple D plugin makes it easy to remove those unpleasant, even painful, frequencies. So why is it called “Triple D”, you may ask? Here’s why: DeBoxy, to remove “boxy” sound from the low mid area; DeHarsher, to eliminate harshness in the mids/high mids; and DeEsser for all those high ‘sss’ and ‘shh’ sounds. With Triple D, it’s a breeze to get your vocals sounding the way they should.”

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Maserati ACG

 85,34  43,09

Maserati ACG

Tony Maserati on the ACG Acoustic Guitar Designer: “The ACG is a comprehensive tool to help gain ultimate control and energy boost from a variety of acoustic guitar types. The ‘ACG 1’ setting allows you to maximize level and sculpt your top and bottom. ‘ACG 2’ setting has more built-in compression for bringing out the subtleties in a live performance. Both have appropriate room settings available to be dialed in at varying levels.”