Waves and Andrew Scheps launch an EQ plug-in
Waves partnered with Andrew Scheps to model the EQ and mic preamp module of the legendary 1073 mixing console.
The result of this collaboration is the Scheps 73 plug-in that features a three-band equalizer and a high-pass filter with a 18dB/octave slope. Waves and Scheps also modeled the 10kHz midrange band originally discovered on the 1073 but that was only useable on the 1078 channel strip.
Along with the EQ, you can also adjust the right/left channels of the preamp and add saturation thanks to the emulation of the 1073 Marinair transformer and the tweaks applied by Scheps himself.
Last, Waves added to the plug-in it Mid/Side processing matrix so that you can apply two different EQ to the Mid and Side of the stereo tracks.
Thanks to all these features, you can use the Scheps 73 plug-in during recording, mixing and mastering phases.
The plug-in is available in native format for Mac and Windows for the introductory price of $99 instead of $149, or for the Soundgrid platform for $225. You can also download a trial version from www.waves.com.
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