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Audio engineer Dave Stagl explains how to fix phase issues in your mix, especially on drums and cymbals but also on guitars, using the InPhase plugin.
Read the story behind the legendary TG12345 consoles, developed by EMI in the late 1960s and crucial to the sound of classics by the Beatles and Pink Floyd.
Producer, mixer and songwriter Greg Wells explains how the Doubler plugin can help lead vocals pop out of a dense-sounding track without being too loud.
Michael Abbott, broadcast production mixer for The Voice, uses the Waves SoundGrid processing platform and the Waves MultiRack plugin host to ensure that live broadcasts sound the same as pre-taped episodes.
Legendary producer Butch Vig (Nirvana, Foo Fighters, Smashing Pumpkins, Garbage) reveals some of his trade secrets and discusses his favorite Waves tools.
The renowned house DJ, super-eclectic remixer, and producer of original EDM albums shares how Waves plugins help him stay on top of all three art forms.
FOH engineer Andrew Fletcher gives his tips on how to clean up live dialogue and get it sounding tight and clear using the NS1 noise suppression plugin.
The Beatles. Pink Floyd. Radiohead. U2. Kanye West. Adele. The Harry Potter soundtracks. All these and many more have been part of the phenomenal history of the world’s most famous recording studios.
Learn how FOH engineer David Stagl uses the MaxxVolume plugin to control the dynamic range of his mixes in all environments, from auditoriums to webcasts.
An overview of some of the key benefits provided by the Waves Dugan Automixer plugin in scenarios involving multiple microphones and multiple participants.