Waves Audio Debuts Genesis Bundle For Live Applications

New bundle includes C4 Multiband Compressor, Renaissance DeEsser, H-Delay and Renaissance Reverb      20/06/13

Waves Audio Debuts Genesis Bundle For Live Applications


Waves has expanded its live offerings with its new Genesis bundle, a collection of four plugins for live sound. Waves says that, perfect for venues of all sizes, Genesis covers all of users' essential processing needs.

Genesis includes the following plugins: C4 Multiband Compressor for dynamic equalization and tone-shaping; Renaissance DeEsser to control sibilant "ess" and "shh" sounds; H-Delay to create depth and movement; and Renaissance Reverb for space and atmosphere. Together, Waves says these four plugins form the basis of an expandable, forward-thinking performance system that is ready to grow and evolve with users and their needs.

David Stagl, FOH Engineer at North Point Community Church in Atlanta, Georgia, notes, "These are four great tools I use in just about all of my mixes."

Ken "Pooch" Van Druten, Mixer/FOH Engineer for Linkin Park, Kid Rock and KISS, states, "Genesis is perfect for the live engineer. I call it the 'Swiss Army Knife' bundle!"

Waves Genesis is MultiRack Native, TDM/D-Show and SoundGrid compatible.


Pricing and Availability:

The new Waves Genesis live bundle is now available with a U.S. MSRP of $499.


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