WNAMM06: Waves Add More Amps to GTR 2.0

Plus ProTools 7 certification, MAS, Direct X too      23/01/06

No flash plug


  RealPlayer     QuickTime    Windows Media 

WNAMM06: Waves Add More Amps to GTR 2.0
Box me up daddyo

Waves excellent sounding GTR package featuring the Paul Reed Smith designed DI has had an update which adds several more amp models. This time Peter Dennenberg, the smooth talking producer who featured in our Summer video when GTR was first launched, got to add some of his own special amps and studio techniques to bring to the mix. In a process Waves call Tone Hunting, they “captured three distinct new amps: Sweet, Cream and Overdrive. It also features seven new cabinets, hand selected and precision mic’d by Dennenberg from his extensive private collection of vintage gear at his Acme recording facility. As well as the new sounds, GTR 2.0, the new release follows the recent testing and certification of Waves GTR for proper operation under Pro Tools® 7. GTR 2.0 additionally features an improved guitar tuner with sophisticated tracking that is even more accurate and easier to use. Last but not least, GTR 2.0 is now compatible with MAC - MOTU MAS host Digital Performer, and Windows Direct X including Cakewalk - Sonar, Sony Media Software - Sound Forge, Vegas, Acid, CD Architect, Magix - Samplitude and Adobe Audition. Waves GTR 2.0 is also compatible with Pro Tools 7 on both Mac® and PC.


All WNAMM 2006 News |  Videos |  Live Blogs |  Follow us on Twitter and Facebook
z

More From: WAVES
Even more news...

 


Waves H-EQ Hybrid Equalizer - EQ Plug-In (TDM/Native/SoundGrid, Download)
$179.00


Waves IR1 Convolution Reverb - Reverb Plug-In (Native/SoundGrid, Download)
$29.00


More Videos

Cymru Beats 2016: Eden Grey Interview and Live Set 

From Cymru Beats 2016


Meet The Makers: Ken MacBeth 

Scottish synth maker tells us how he got into all this


Volca Vibes: Retrokits - For Volca Sample - Watch + Win 

Volca Sample active MIDI cable changes everything


Cymru Beats 2016: VCOADSR New Live Setup and Performance 

I guess I've been trying to recreate a Korg Electribe all this time..