[NAMM] Waves to introduce Nx technology
Waves are to introduce Waves Nx, a virtual mix room plugin designed to translate the optimal acoustics of a mix room on headphones.
According to Waves, the Nx technology provides the same natural depth, natural reflections and panoramic stereo image that would result from listening to real speakers in an actual room while adding portability, affordability and discretion. 5.1 mixing is also made possible - all without coloring the sound. Also, Nx should include a feature aimed at providing an increased sense of realism based on Waves' future head tracker unit or any computer camera.
More details to follow.
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