Waves Audio, known primarily for its excellence in software audio plugins, has a new product out. It's called the WRC-1, a Wi-Fi router that costs $500.
This year at NAMM 2020, Waves Audio arrived with the OVox vocal resynthesizer. We tested it for ourselves to find out if it truly lives up to the hype.
Waves is the latest company to launch a subscription service for its plugins, with the new Waves Music Maker Access subscription.
Waves Audio brought a brand new plugin to NAMM 2020. OVox is a resynthesizer, and vocoder, with customizeable presets to let your voice make the music.
Looking to score a deal this holiday season? Here is our exclusive guide through the deals you'll find this Black Friday from music companies.
In an all new "Weekend Sale" appropriately running through this weekend only, Waves is bringing major price cuts to its line of CLA compressors
The latest collaboration between Waves Audio and Abbey Road Studios, brings a plugin that lets you virtually sit in the control room of Studio 3 to mix.
Introducing the Waves Abbey Road TG Mastering Chain. With this, engineers can now work just as they did in the 60s and 70s, with a warm vintage analog tone.
A number of very well known companies have teamed up to release a compilation of virtual instruments, effects, samples, and tutorials in what they’re calling the Advance Music Production Suite. The suite apparently includes over $5,000 worth of software on a 500GB hard drive, as well as $1,000 in hardware discounts. Over 70 instruments, effects, and so on are included, from companies such as...[Read More]
Waves Audio has announced the availability of their new Abbey Road Collection bundle of plugins. The plugins include the J37 Tape plugin, the REDD EQ, the Reel ADT plugin, the RS56 Passive EQ, and the King’s Microphone plugin. The plugins were developed in association with Abbey Road Studios, and according to Waves they recreate the sounds heard on many historic recordings that came out of A...[Read More]
When I was going through high school, I remember hearing and seeing a lot of other kids in the hallways talking about “the new Jay-Z album”, while others might blast Rihanna through their earbuds as they twerk their way to the next class. I wasn’t like these other kids. My parents, from an early age, got me listening to classic rock and other tunes they grew up with as a kid. And...[Read More]