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Waves Renaissance Compressor
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Waves Renaissance Compressor

Software compressor from Waves belonging to the Renaissance series.

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Hug42 Hug42

« I love it »

Publié le 12/03/10 à 09:15
Did you have any problems during the installation?
Yes (you need an iLok key and account)

How complicated is the overall configuration?
It's easy

Did you have any incompatibility problems?
No

Is the user's manual clear and comprehensive?
Yes

PERFORMANCE

What's your computer setup?
PC intel celeron 2.50 Ghz 4 Gb RAM Windows 7 64-bit, Ableton Live

Does the software work correctly with your setup?
Yes

Is the hardware+software configuration stable?
Yes

OVERALL OPINION

How long have you been using the product?
6 months

Did you try any other models before buying this one?
Yes

Which feature do you like the most / the least?
I love its simplicity, the fact that you can choose the compressor mode (electronic-opto) and the warmth it provides with the warm function. I use it especially on certain basses and to bind together elements of a drum kit (bass drum, snare, claps...). And you can also place it on the master track.

How would you rate its value for money?
It's expensive, but it's worth it. It's sold on its own and in a bundle. It's part of the Renaissance series, which isn't the best but it's very good and not too resources-intensive.

Based on your experience, would you buy this product again?
Yes
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