Waves' NX Virtual Mix Room now available
Recently announced and presented at the NAMM, Waves' NX Virtual Mix Room headphone-dedicated virtual monitoring plugin is now available.
Powered by Waves’ newly-developed Nx technology, Waves Nx claims to lets you hear using your headphones "the same natural depth, natural reflections, and panoramic stereo image you would be hearing from speakers in an actual room".
While Waves' Nx Virtual Mix Room over Headphones is announced at a regulat MSRP of $99, but it can currently be bought at the special launching price of $49. A 14-day demo is also available.
More details at Waves' website.
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