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Waves is the world's leading developer of signal processing solutions for the professional, broadcast, and consumer electronics audio markets.

Heard on hit records, major motion pictures, and popular video games worldwide, Waves' over 100 cutting-edge software and hardware processors are used in every aspect of audio production, from tracking to mixing to mastering, broadcast, live, and more.

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Waves Harmony
Reviewed By Boy Wonder
August 2nd, 2022

Waves set out to enter a growing field of harmonizing software by upping their game to the max with Harmony. You can tell they were serious by enlisting over 70 sound designers for presets. I'd say their main competitors in the pitch+delay category are Eventide, Antares, Cubase's Modulator FX, Loomer Shift2, and even themselves. Where Harmony shines, however, is it doesn't look complicated like Eventide's machinery-resembling plugins. And, unlike Modulator FX, it doesn't stop at a 5th. It goes up or down 2 octaves. It's got more taps than Shift2's 5 or Antares' 4. And, unlike Octavox, you can sync the tempo of each tap in regular timing (1/4, 1/8, 1/4D, etc) and not just ms like Octavox. On top of all this, Harmony has extensive modulation of its parameters. You can watch pans, volumes, and notes fly around for days especially since its chord function comes in handy for creating harmonic textures. I didn't try Harmony on vocals, just keys. I was trying to get a lush Noire Particles effect. It's achievable but requires a bit of noodling. Waves got themselves a winner. Not crazy about the brownish colour scheme, but hey, at least it's functional and the price is right.

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OVox Vocal ReSynthesis
Reviewed By elviecho
May 27th, 2022

I simply love this thing. You may think: "Ok, a vocoder. What's new or surprising about that?"
Yes, it is a vocoder with the ability to lock a scale but it is so much more: harmonizer, autotune-like pitch-shifter, 8-voice synth, multi-effect tool...you can even use it for vocal-to-midi like Dubler.
Ovox is one of those plugins you should test on nearly every kind of sound.
For e.g. it is amazing on drums. Just load it on your drumchannel and go through the many really cool presets. Try the demo, you will not regret it.

Sometimes you can get it on sale for $30, an absolute bargain!

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Retro Fi
Reviewed By zisser
December 8th, 2021

Getting the retro reverb+delay combo in one plugin.


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Abbey Road RS124 Compressor
Reviewed By zisser
December 8th, 2021

Is this the "holy grail" compressor?

Known for its silky-smooth, velvety tone, the RS124 has a fixed attack time that isn't super-fast, allowing even more aggressive threshold settings to deliver pleasing results. It was among the most important pieces of analog gear shaping the sound at Abbey Road and has since become a "holy grail" compressor with almost mythical prestige. In particular, it is said to be responsible for some of the best bass sounds ever captured on tape.

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Bass Rider
Reviewed By alienimplant
October 14th, 2021

Hunk of junk. Actually makes a bass sound fake and strangely more dynamic in a weird way. Use a compressor.

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Waves Gold Bundle
Reviewed By tcmpreville
August 10th, 2020

I bought the Waves Gold Bundle because of the 82% off sale. Even at $150 I feel ripped off. I have a 64-bit Windows system and their 64-bit support consists of several WaveShell vst3's that seem to load and run the actual legacy 32-bit plugins. This is highly deceptive at best. I immediately uninstalled and asked for a refund, only to be ignored and/or gaslighted by support. DO NOT BUY!!.

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Abbey Road TG Mastering Chain
Reviewed By bensonkvr
October 11th, 2019

This is one of my favorite plugins on the main output track, even before I send it to the mastering (I don't compress to hard). Things I like:

• customization of the mastering chain.

• Stereo / M S / dual mono processing.

• parallel compression.

• and the sound.

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Abbey Road Chambers
Reviewed By alienimplant
March 11th, 2019

Limited flexibility but very cool sound none the less. Grab it whenever it goes on sale for $29 or less. That's what I did. No regrets. You can never have enough good reverbs, especially on the cheap.

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