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Waves Bass Rider

Other software dynamics processor from Waves .

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Public price: $200 incl. VAT

Waves introduces Bass Rider, a plugin designed to ride bass levels automatically.

A companion to the Vocal Rider plugin, Bass Rider is designed to deliver perfect bass levels, without changing the natural sound of your bass. Optimized for the frequency range and envelope characteristics of bass instruments, Bass Rider covers various basses: DI, amplified, acoustic, synth, upright, etc.


Bass Rider is designed to keep bass levels in check and solid throughout your mix, according to Waves. Unlike a compressor, Bass Rider works note by note, so they sustain and decay naturally. Since Bass Rider keeps your levels steady with automatic gain adjustment, you can focus on the feel and flow of your bass and use compression to add color and character.

 

Special Introductory Price:

$99 Native / $149 TDM

 

Visit www.waves.com/content.aspx?id=11856 for more details.

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