Waves MultiRack goes surround
Waves adds surround support to its software host MultiRack and welcomes new MR users with two free plugins.
The latest update now allows the use of 5.1 and 7.1 surround plugins and plugin components. Hot Plugin panel now also includes individual gain reduction meters for each plugin. Multirack is prices $600, but for a limited time new buyers get free licences for Waves' H-Delay Hybrid Delay and IR-Live Convolution Reverb, which represent a total value of over $400. The new version is free to current users with an active Waves Update Plan.
More details at www.waves.com.
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