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Waves takes distortion to the next level

Waves takes distortion to the next level
MultiMod Rack

Waves takes distortion to the next level

MultiMod Rack has three plug-in slots and each one can host Waves’ newest distortion and saturation plug-ins

MultiMod Rack is a multiband modulation rack for Waves Audio’s latest distortion plug-ins and is said to take multiband distortion to the next level of both musical creativity and precision engineering. It allows music producers to create the wide palette of modulatable distortion effects and helps mixing engineers achieve multiband distortion and saturation with “pinpoint surgical precision”. MultiMod Rack has three plug-in slots and each one can host Waves’ newest distortion and saturation plug-ins, such as the Abbey Road Saturator, Berzerk and the MDMX Screamer, Overdrive and Fuzz modules. The three slots divide the signal into three frequency bands – lows, mids and highs – with adjustable crossover controls.

In other news, Waves has announced a new bundle for podcasters, YouTubers and creators of live-streamed content. The Content Creator Audio Toolkit includes four plug-ins: the NS1 Automatic Noise Suppressor removes distracting background noise; the Greg Wells VoiceCentric combines EQ, compression and de-essing into one control; and the WLM Plus Loudness Meter delivers the right loudness levels. The final plug-in is the new Playlist Rider, a set-and-forget volume management plug-in that helps content creators balance the volume of multiple sources (host, guest, music playlist, audio clips), automatically and in real time.

The audio specialist has also released an update of its OVox Vocal ReSynthesis plug-in, with a new MIDI Out feature, NKS compatibility with Native Instruments controllers, SoundGrid real-time compatibility and hundreds of extra presets. The MIDI Out feature enables users to play any virtual instrument using their own voice, in real time. Whether musicians sing or hum melodies, OVox will convert their voice to MIDI, then send the MIDI out to the other instrument.

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