More Waves Artist Presets

Jack Joseph Puig’s personal presets for his favorite Waves tools offered as a free download      02/05/08
More Waves Artist Presets


As part of its initiative to feature presets from its most accomplished and iconic users, Waves is offering renowned multiple GRAMMY-winning Producer/Mixer Jack Joseph Puig's (JJP) personal presets for his favorite Waves tools as a free download.
End users simply log on to the Waves website, enter their User Name and Password and then click on the JJP feature icon to download the presets. Puig is the latest Waves user from its extensive roster of artists to serve up his own presets for download, letting end users, say the company, learn from the very best.
Over the past three decades, JJP has helped redefine the role of the mixing engineer in contemporary music. And as a producer, he relies on vintage hardware and cutting edge software to create complex aural tapestries that capture and transcend the recording artists' vision. He has worked with countless hitmakers, including Green Day, U2, Sheryl Crow, the Rolling Stones, Black Eyed Peas, John Mayer, Counting Crows, No Doubt, Mary J. Blige and many more. Waves has become an indelible part of his craft: Puig had this to say, "Waves is the best plug-in company, without a shadow of a doubt. They make the most reliable digital gear I know. I've been using Waves plug-ins since the beginning and I wouldn't know what to do without them at this point."
In addition, Waves tell us that they are currently working with Puig on a very special project. Details will be announced in the next few weeks.
Pricing and Availability:
Available for free download by Waves users.
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