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Waves The API Collection Native
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Waves The API Collection Native

Software channel strip from Waves belonging to the API series.

Public price: $599 incl. VAT
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Sebranc Sebranc
Published on 04/30/08 at 08:06
As for installation, it is clear that the stories are a bit cl Ilok chi ... And rcuprer licenses on the Waves site requires some patience. Apart from a, no incompatibility Cubase studio recognized immediately plug-ins.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Athlon 3.2GHz, 2Gb RAM, a flinch. To my amazement, these plug-ins require little CPU resources.

OVERALL OPINION

2 months of use: say anything, it's clean. I can not make comparisons with other plug-ins such as DSU or URS because not essays. In any case, this collection is really a great job: a musical rest even when you push the rglages and provides I do not know what indfinissable some translate as "heat". The compressor is a bit dlicat take control and I do not always understand the signs of VU meters and LED clipping: clip a few times without the VU meters are in red. But that's just history to seek the small bte.

In short, excellent collection, buy 420 Euros on e-bay.
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