Waves Update Plan

Last updated on: 3/9/2020 6:41:24 PM

The Waves Update Plan is our complete care and support plan for your Waves plugins: Renew your plan to get plugin updates, personal tech support, new plugins added to your bundle, and a voucher towards any Waves software.

Every new purchase or upgrade of any Waves product includes one year of free Waves Update Plan coverage for that product. Once the plan expires, renew it for another year whenever you want. If you don’t wish to renew, the plugins you own will remain yours as before, but you will not enjoy updates and personal support.

The cost for one year of Waves Update Plan coverage depends on the number of products you own and their prices. Updating coverage ranges between $12 and $240 if you own one copy of each product.

  • Plugin Updates

    Enjoy new plugin updates and ongoing compatibility with your DAW, OS & hardware

  • VIP Tech Support

    Receive personal technical guidance from Waves experts

  • New Plugins

    Receive all plugins added to your bundle since you bought it and during coverage*

  • Waves Voucher

    Get a voucher good towards any Waves software purchase**

* The Abbey Road Collection is listed as individual plugin licenses upon registration. Please note, Waves Update Plan coverage will not add new plugins to this bundle.

** For every dollar you spend on a renewed Waves Update Plan, you will receive a Waves voucher for the same amount. This voucher may be redeemed for up to 50% toward any bundle, application (e.g. MultiRack, eMotion LV1), or upgrade, or up to 25% toward any plugin, off the price at the time of redemption. The voucher may not be combined with multiple plugin discounts. The voucher can be used for one order only and does not carry a remaining balance. Multiple vouchers may not be combined.


Your Bundle Just Got Bigger

Over the past few years, Waves has added many new plugins to selected bundles. Under the Waves Update Plan, you receive these plugins at no additional cost.

Click the bundles below to find out which plugins were added.

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