Waves And Ableton Bundle

Waves Gold Native and Ableton Live 7 bundled together in cost effective package      21/05/08
Waves And Ableton Bundle


Waves have joined forces with Ableton to offer two essential software collections, Waves Gold Native and Ableton Live 7, together as a single low-priced package. Waves tell us that this special deal represents their ongoing commitment to providing users with the tools they need in intuitive, accessible collections.
Waves Gold Native
Waves' Gold Native brings a wealth of signal processing power to users' studios, geared toward tracking, mixing and mastering. The Gold Bundle now features over 20 plug-ins, including Waves Tune LT, IR-L Convolution Reverb and Doubler, as well as many other highly sought-after processors developed by Waves. With dynamics processing equalization, reverb and more, Waves Gold Bundle is a comprehensive yet intuitive introduction to the power of Waves.
Ableton Live 7
Ableton Live 7 is a uniquely powerful sequencing, recording and mixing environment. With built-in software instruments, REX and ReWire support and real-time time stretching, Live 7 is fast becoming the host of choice on stage and in the studio. A number of other features further bolster this powerful software for all facets of music creation.
Note: The Waves/Ableton software package includes the FULL version of Ableton Live 7, not Ableton Live LE, and upgrades to Ableton Suite are available. Pricing and Availability:
The Waves Gold Native and Ableton Live 7 combination package will be available May 2008 with a U.S. MSRP of $1500. (Offer available in U.S., Austria, and Switzerland only). More information:
  • www.waves.com
  • www.ableton.com

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