Waves Vocal Bundle Ships with New Plugs

Fix bad tuning and bad breath with two new bundled plug-ins      18/11/05
Waves Vocal Bundle Ships with New Plugs
Turn up and tune up

The two new plug-ins for tackling those perennial vocal problems; bad tuning and erm, bad breath - that is unwanted gasps and air noises, are now bundled witht the Vocal Bundle. The package features the latest Waves technology, along with the classic Renaissance Channel, Renaissance DeEsser and Doubler plug-ins. Tune, while being able to tackle a poor pitching, can also work for complete vocal transposition and utilizes Propellerheads Software ReWire to connect into the production tool of choice. This ensures direct control and sync with the host system. Owners of selected plug-in bundles covered by the Waves Update Plan will receive the new Tune LT plug-in for free, which offers nearly all of the same groundbreaking features of the standard version. Tune contains everything needed for powerful pitch correction and melody transformation, while maintaining Waves superior sound and familiar user-friendly interface. Features include surgical editing tools, formant correction, and MIDI export for even more creative possibilities.

Don't hold your breath - DeBreath can fix it
DeBreath offers users a unique process for separating and removing unwanted breath sounds from vocal tracks, while maintaining a transparent response tailored to vocals that is often lacking in other technologies used for this application. Tune is available for $600 (MSRP), DeBreath is available for $350 (MSRP), and the Vocal Bundle is available for $1,000 (MSRP); all are in Native format and require the use of an iLok. Registered users of the Waves Update Plan who own eligible bundles will receive Tune LT at no charge. An upgrade to the full version of Tune is offered for $300.

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