New Dynamics Processors From Waves

MV2 and MV360° added to key bundles      24/09/08
New Dynamics Processors From Waves


We brought you news of the MV2 last week and now Waves have officially announced that and the new MV360°. Here’s the press release that they have sent us…
Waves Audio is pleased to announce the release of two powerful new dynamics processors, the MV2 and MV360°. These intuitive multi-function compressors are being added to several of Waves' most popular bundles.
With both low level and high level compression in one convenient tool, the MV2 makes it easier than ever to control level and overall perceived volume. The MV2 features a dual fader interface that lets users intuitively dial up optimal volume levels. It is now included in Waves Mercury, Diamond, Platinum, Gold and Broadcast & Production bundles, and it is available at no additional charge to existing users of those bundles covered by the Waves Update Plan.
MV360° is the ultimate dual function dynamics processor for 5.0 and 5.1 surround applications. It features six channels of low level and high level compression, with five versatile Link modes, making it the simplest, most flexible way to control volume levels in surround production environments. The MV360° is being added to the 360° Surround Tools and Mercury bundles, and it is available at no additional charge to existing users of those bundles covered by the Waves Update Plan.
Pricing and Availability:
The new 360° Surround Tools package - including MV360° - is $1,400 Native / $2,800 TDM. 360° Surround Tools users covered by the Waves Update Plan can receive the MV360° at no additional charge through their Waves account. More information:
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