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Waves Plug-Ins Workshop: Mixing by the Bundle from Course Technology and written by Barry Wood introduces you to a variety of valuable Waves plug-ins used in mixing.
The importance of plug-ins for adding and enhancing application functionality cannot be denied; they are present in every current Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) application today, giving them the power and functionality that they have today. However, they vary greatly, as they are often designed to address very specific market needs, and as a result, it is more important than ever before to have a solid knowledge of how plug-ins work.
Each chapter covers the plug-ins in a specific bundle, detailing how they can be used in a mix. Beginning with the least expensive Waves bundle and building up to their most complete package, you will build upon your knowledge with each chapter. You will be able to download audio files and plug-in presets so you can hear the power of these tools. Whether you are seeking an understanding of what some of the plug-ins out there can do, or are looking for new ways to use what you already have, this book is the perfect resource for you.
About the Author:
Barry Wood is the owner of The Other Room, a company that provides mixing, mastering, and audio post production services to a wide variety of clients. He has served as a technical editor for seven audio books for Course Technology PTR and has been beta testing for waves since 2001. Mr. Wood has worked as a studio owner/engineer for more than 20 years, beginning with a 24-track analog studio in the 1990s. He is currently a member of the Recording Arts Advisory Committee at Fullerton College.
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