Flash sale: Waves' Scheps 73 at $49 for 24 hours
Today only, Waves offer their Scheps 73 EQ/preamp modeling simulation plug-in at $49 instead of $199.
A 3-band EQ plugin modeled on a classic Neve 1073 console's EQ and mic preamp module developed by Waves in association with mixing engineer Andrew Scheps, the Scheps 73 includes high, mid and low interrelated bands and a high-pass filter (with an exclusive 10kHz midrange band based on a Neve 1078 model) while providing saturations and harmonic distortion and including a Mid/Side matrix allowing to apply different EQ treatments to mid and side stereo content. For 24 hours only, it is available for $49 instead of a full price of $199.
More details at www.waves.com.
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