Knoxville, TN (November 17, 2005)–Waves Ltd. has begun shipping its new Vocal Bundle featuring the recently released Tune and DeBreath plug-ins for pitch correction/transposition and breath sound removal. This new comprehensive toolset offers the latest Waves technology, along with the classic Renaissance Channel, Renaissance DeEsser and Doubler plug-ins. Owners of selected plug-in bundles covered by the Waves Update Plan will receive the new Tune LT plug-in for free, which offers nearly all of the same features of the standard version.
TuneGilad Keren, CEO of Waves Ltd., commented on the release of Tune LT for Waves Update Plan subscribers: “We want to make sure our update plan offers real value to our most loyal customers, which is why we provide our plan subscribers with our newest, most advanced products. An example is last year’s release of the L3 Multimaximizer and L3 Ultramaximizer, which was given free to subscribers who owned selected bundles. With Tune LT, we’re again offering subscribers our latest and greatest for free.”
Tune contains everything needed for powerful pitch correction and melody transformation, while maintaining Waves’ sound and interface. Features include surgical editing tools, formant correction, and MIDI export for even more creative possibilities.
Unlike other solutions, Tune gives users control without being bound to a limited playback section, allowing users to audition changes with music at any time. Tune is powered by ReWire, a technology of Propellerhead Software, so users always have direct control and sync with the host system.
DeBreathDeBreath offers users a unique process for separating and removing unwanted breath sounds from vocal tracks, while maintaining a transparent response tailored to vocals.
Tune is available for $600 (MSRP), DeBreath is available for $350 (MSRP), and the Vocal Bundle is available for $1,000 (MSRP); all are in Native format and require the use of an iLok. Registered users of the Waves Update Plan who own eligible bundles will receive Tune LT at no charge. An upgrade to the full version of Tune is offered for $300.