[NAMM] Waves C6 Multiband Compressor
Waves Audio offers the C6 Multiband Compressor.
To create the C6, Waves took the functions of the C4, and then added two additional floating bands plus a sidechain feature.
- Internal/external sidechain per band
- Individual band Listen mode
- Four crossover bands plus two floating bands
- Dynamic EQ, compression and expansion
- Double precision bit resolution processing
- ARC Auto Release Control
- Up to 24-bit, 192kHz resolution
- Mono and Stereo components
- Supports TDM, RTAS, Audio Suite, VST, AU
- PC- and Mac-compatible
Pricing & Availability
Waves C6 Multiband Compressor is available separately (U.S. MSRP USD 400 Native/800 TDM) and as part of the Waves Mercury bundle. Mercury V7 owners covered by Waves Update Plan receive the C6 at no additional charge.
For more information and a full list of C6 controls, visit www.waves.com.
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