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This video filmed during sound check, features Dave Aron, live sound mixing engineer for Snoop Dogg. Dave explains his signal processing with plugins on a digital board.

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The HLS Channel & PIE Compressor, developed in association with legendary producer/engineer Eddie Kramer, are the latest in the Waves Modeling line. The HLS is a faithful re-creation of the Helios console EQ and preamp, designed by Richard Swettenham and widely used on classic recordings made at London’s Olympic Studios. The PIE is a model of the classic Pye compressor...

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A look at the hardware behind the plugins included in Tape, Tubes & Transistors, developed in association with legendary producer / engineer Eddie Kramer (Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, The Beatles)

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Vocal riding is something we all do in the finishing stage of a mix. We move the vocal fader up and down in narrow or broad strokes to make sure the vocal is always level, always present – to make sure it’s never too soft or too loud, and sits in the mix just right, even when the backing tracks change.

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Learn how to assign sidechain input to Waves Vocal Rider in Pro Tools, Logic Pro and Studio One, and how to use automation with Vocal Rider.

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In this video Phish’s front of house mixing engineer provides a behind the scenes look at his setup and explains the benefits of using Waves MultiRack for live sound mixing.

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An up front interview with Coldplay's Coldplay Daniel Green.

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Waves recently sat down with Bruce Howell, Supervising Sound Editor for South Park, where he gave us a rare backstage glimpse into the hectic creation of what might possibly be TV’s most twisted animated series ever.

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Engineered especially for guitar and other high gain instruments, Renaissance Axx is the ideal compressor for when you need to dial in your dynamic levels quickly and easily.

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