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Butch Vig Vocals

 125,21  25,20

Butch Vig Vocals

With instantly hyped vocals that cut through the mix and a sound that is dripping with character, Butch Vig Vocals now gives everyone the opportunity to work with the sound of a true rock innovator.

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DeBreath

 83,19  33,61

DeBreath

Singers insist on breathing – even when it spoils a perfectly good take! With DeBreath, you can truly take their breath away.

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DeEsser

 83,19  25,20

DeEsser

When it comes to reducing excess sibilance (“ess” and “shh” sounds) from vocal tracks, nothing compares to Waves DeEsser. Inspired by vintage gear for precision de-essing and high frequency limiting, DeEsser delivers smooth and natural output with minimum fuss.
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Doppler

 66,39  25,20

Doppler

Explore new dimensions of sound and movement with Doppler. Create the illusion of traveling through space or the rush of a passing train. With Doppler, you control the frequency change, speed, and distance from your sonic source with pinpoint accuracy.

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Eddie Kramer Vocal Channel

 83,19  42,01

Eddie Kramer Vocal Channel

Eddie Kramer on the Vocal Channel: “When mixing, there’s always a fight going on between the vocal and the rest of the track. For me, what makes a good mix is when all the elements combine seamlessly, complimenting one other. When we designed the Vocal Channel plugin, we did it in such a way that the user can position the vocals within the mix, and then blend it back into the track, without it popping out, in such a way that it retains all its original clarity and presence.”

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Greg Wells VoiceCentric

 125,21  33,61

Greg Wells VoiceCentric

Get quick access to the signature vocal sound of Greg Wells, Grammy®-winning producer, songwriter and mixing engineer for Adele, Katy Perry and OneRepublic.

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Manny Marroquin Triple D

 83,19  25,20

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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Renaissance Vox

 66,39  25,20

Renaissance Vox

A uniquely powerful dynamics processor optimized especially for vocal tracks, Renaissance Vox features simple streamlined controls for compression, gate/expansion, limiting, and level maximization.