Waves Discount For Recording Academy Members

50% from now till the end of January      11/11/08
Waves Discount For Recording Academy Members


Waves are offering a discount to Recording Academy members from now till the end of January. Here's the statement that they have sent us...
Waves Audio, the world's leading developers of professional audio signal processing technologies, is a proud supporter of The Recording Academy. As a long-standing advocate of the producers, engineers and artists that make up The Academy, Waves is dedicated to improving the quality of professional audio production. As part of that steadfast dedication, Waves is announcing a new agreement with The Recording Academy, to provide its members with state-of-the-art Waves tools at a 50% discount from November 1, 2008, through January 31, 2009. Members of The Recording Academy can purchase any Waves bundle or upgrade for half off, choosing from any of Waves' 28 bundles, including Studio Classics Collection, The JJP Collection, Mercury, Diamond, Platinum, Gold and the new Silver bundle.
Waves' 100-plus processors are used in recording, mixing, mastering, broadcast, live sound, surround, post-production and gaming. Since the inception of computer-based recording, Waves limiters, compressors, equalizers, reverbs, and bass extension tools have defined modern sound processing. Waves is delighted to share these benefits with Recording Academy members everywhere. Interested parties should contact their favorite Waves dealer and present their valid Recording Academy membership card to take advantage of these great savings today. (Each bundle or upgrade may only be purchased once per membership.)
Pricing and Availability:
Available from November 1, 2008, through January 31 2009
More information:
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    Wavomatic    Said...

    Hmmmm, maybe they're realizing that sending thugs around to the NYT studios looking for warez isn't the best business model! I'd guess their market share is slip slip slipping away......

    11-Nov-08 11:32 AM


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