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Waves Maserati HMX Harmonic Generator

Software Exciter/Enhancer from Waves belonging to the Maserati series.

Today again, Waves offers 24-hour special prices on two plugins and one bundle.

This Saturday, the Maserati HMX Harmonics Generator (usually $99) and S1 Stereo Imager (regularly priced $129) are available for $49 each, while the Musicians 1 bundle (which comprises Waves' Doubler, MetaFlanger, Renaissance Axx, Renaissance Vox and SuperTap plugins) is $59 instead of $99. As every week, expect three other Waves products at special prices tomorrow.

Also, Waves' offer on the GEQ 30-band graphic EQ at $29 from a few days ago has finally been largely extended for a few more days and should only expire around Monday November 9th at 9AM GMT.

More details at www.waves.com.

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