Submarine's role in life is to add natural-sounding sub-bass content by generating frequencies that are one octave and two octaves lower than the input signal.
Waves bring one of the world's most famous mix rooms into your DAW.
Waves’ latest plug-in takes us into the bowels of the world’s most famous studio!
Waves’ latest signature plug-in distils the accumulated wisdom of a master engineer into a powerful channel strip.
Torque lets you retune a drum that’s already been recorded, but without introducing the artifacts that simple pitch-shifting always seems to throw up.
Is it really possible to carry out studio-quality pitch-correction in real time? Waves think so...
Room simulation on headphones usually stops being convincing as soon as you move your head. Not so with Waves’ new Nx...
Infected Mushroom isn’t some kind of embarrassing and painful ailment, but rather a ‘make it all sound bigger’ plug-in...
Developed in collaboration with top mixing engineer Andrew Scheps, Waves' Scheps Parallel Particles plug-in is probably the closest you’ll get to a ‘more of everything’ processor.
A trio of easy-to-use plug-ins from Waves aims to bottle the signature sounds of pop producer Greg Wells.
Waves took on the challenge of modelling four modified EMT 140 plates used at Abbey Road Studios on countless classic recordings. Did they succeed?
In modern productions, reverb often isn’t just reverb. Waves’ latest plug-in offers all the extra tools you’ll need.
Waves' clever enhancement plug‑in offers several ways of making your music bigger!
An effect invented by Abbey Road engineers has become a studio staple. Waves have painstakingly recreated its original implementation.
Waves' take on the immortal Neve 1073 design sees them teaming up once again with a leading mix engineer.
Stereo sound is a surprisingly subtle and complex business, and it's rare that the typical DAW 'utility' plug‑ins will deal...
Another slice of Abbey Road history is now available in your plug-in folder, thanks to Waves.
Once again, Waves have tried to bottle the magic of a celebrated mix engineer, so that it can be uncorked in the home studio...
Waves’ latest analogue emulation has unrivalled pedigree. But is there still a role for a mixer that was declared obsolete 40 years ago?
Waves are the latest manufacturers to try to package the sound of large-format mixing consoles in plug-in form.
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