Waves EMP, the electronic music production division of Waves Audio, has announced the availability of the Morgan Page EMP Toolbox plugin collection. They say that, created in collaboration with highly acclaimed DJ/Producer Morgan Page, this is the second bundle in a series in Waves' new EMP product line.
Page says, "Waves plugins are the single most important group of plugins in my setup because they allow me to work quickly. It's crucial for me to get a great vocal chain with a minimal amount of clicks. I need my plugins to be intuitive and versatile, because I use them for so many different tasks, including writing, remixing, tracking, sound design, mixing, and mastering."
Here's the story in Waves' own words...
Whether he's remixing for superstars, or putting out his own GRAMMY®-nominated singles, Morgan Page balances electronic dance beats and pop sensibilities like few other artists can. From chart-topping powerhouses like Katy Perry and Madonna, to industry darlings Tegan & Sara and La Roux, Morgan Page has been called upon by every brand of hit-maker to paint their songs with new colors and sounds for the club scene.
As with any medium, an electronic musician needs a palette to work from that can deliver equal parts creative inspiration and technical refinement. That's why Morgan Page relies on Waves EQs, dynamics and effects as his primary set of production tools. Hand-picked by Page himself, the Morgan Page EMP Toolbox contains eight powerful Waves audio processors that he uses most in his mixing and mastering sessions, ideal for electronic music producers of every shade of the spectrum.
The Morgan Page EMP Toolbox includes the following Waves plugins:
* Morgan Page also uses the Waves SSL 4000 Collection.
Pricing and Availability:
The Morgan Page EMP Toolbox is now available with a U.S. MSRP of $599 and a special introductory price of $449.
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