Waves Audio has announced the availability of the Manny Marroquin Signature Series Collection, custom plugins developed in collaboration with renowned mixing engineer Manny Marroquin (Bruno Mars, Alicia Keys, Rihanna, Maroon 5, Shakira). They say that five-time GRAMMY award-winner Marroquin takes the Waves Signature Series to a new level with six hybrid plugins that bring his unique workflow to users' studios. Alongside his personalized versions of tried-and-true favorites like EQ, reverb, delay and distortion, Manny introduces the innovative new Tone Shaper and Triple D plugins, which Waves believes are destined to become mixing essentials as well. Waves says that, combining inspiration from his impressive collection of unique and boutique hardware, together with the fruits of his imagination, the Manny Marroquin Signature Series gives users direct access to the same tools Manny uses to mix hit after hit after hit.
Manny Marroquin had this to say, "For my Signature Series, our goal was to create a set of high-quality professional plugins that were innovative, effective and easy to use."
About the Waves Signature Series
The only tools of their kind, the Waves Signature Series is an exclusive line of customized plugins, created in collaboration with the world's top producers and mixing engineers. Each and every Signature Series plugin has been precision-crafted to capture the artist's distinct sound and production style, using custom multi-effect processing chains designed by the artists themselves. For experienced and aspiring audio professionals alike, the Waves Signature Series streamlines the mixing process, delivering high-quality results, instantly. The Waves Signature Series currently includes plugin collections developed with Eddie Kramer and GRAMMY® award-winners Chris Lord-Alge, Jack Joseph Puig, and Tony Maserati.
Pricing and Availability:
The Waves Manny Marroquin Signature Series Collection is now available with U.S. MSRP: $500. Introductory price: $299.
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