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Bose® RoomMatch® and PowerMatch® Components Chosen for Saint Louis University’s New Center for Global Citizenship

RoomMatch® loudspeakers and PowerMatch® amplifiers are more than up to the challenge to create the right system for an acoustically challenging space

Framingham, Massachusetts, March 13, 2014 – Saint Louis University’s newly opened Center for Global Citizenship is both a practical initiative to bring several campus services under a single roof, and a strongly symbolic move that represents the school’s commitment to its internationally diverse student body, drawn from 101 nations around the world. When this wide-ranging group assembles in the new Center, it needs powerful and highly intelligible sound, and that’s exactly what is provided by RoomMatch® loudspeakers and PowerMatch® amplifiers from Bose® Professional Systems. TSI Technology Solutions, a division of TSI Global, the integrator used by the University to design and install the Center’s AV systems, assembled a system consisting of six RoomMatch loudspeakers (three RM9020 and three RM9010 modules) and two RMS215 subwoofers, all powered by three Bose PowerMatch PM8500N amplifiers.

The Center for Global Citizenship is built into the former West Pine Gym on the SLU Frost campus. It brings together the Office of International Services, the International Studies Program and the English as a Second Language Program, which had all been previously separated on the Frost Campus. Its mission, which University President Emeritus Lawrence Biondi, S.J., stated, is “to make a world of difference, not just here at home, but also around the globe. This project demonstrates our commitment to international education and is a clear sign that SLU truly has become a global university.” To accomplish their mission effectively, the Center needed a quality sound system that would provide even, consistent coverage throughout the large space and also offer a high degree of intelligibility, difficult in what was once a basketball court. That’s where TSI turned to Bose Professional Systems.

“This is a space that can seat up to a thousand people, so the sound has to have sufficient coverage, and it also has to be completely understandable to everyone listening,” explains Paul Murdick, President of TSI. “It’s a highly reverberant space and due to several considerations, including the fact that the building has historical significance whose integrity we had to maintain, it would have been difficult, if not impossible, to address the acoustics with treatment alone,” he says. “We needed a great sound system that can achieve excellent intelligibility in any environment, and that’s what the RoomMatch system can do.”

TSI utilized Bose Modeler® software to design the PA system around the room’s architecture, producing both an accurate predictive layout of coverage patterns that saw RoomMatch enclosures suspended from three hangpoints above and following the curve of the stage. A center cluster included an RM9010 and an RM9020 module, and the left and right clusters each included, RM9010 and RM9020 modules and an RMS215 subwoofer. “This customer is very visually oriented,” says Murdick. “Thanks to the Modeler software, they were able to see exactly what the system was going to look like once it was installed. That’s a feature that clients find very reassuring – it helps us meet customer expectations, and it really helps keep up a high level of communication between us. Every guideline was met – this package of technologies from Bose takes us from design to execution flawlessly every step of the way.

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Wharfedale Loudspeakers to Be Featured in Atocha Design’s Exhibit at 2014 Architectural Digest Home Design Show

Chicago, IL, March 13, 2014 — Sound Solutions, LLC, the exclusive U.S. distributor of Wharfedale loudspeakers and Avid HiFi products, will have its Wharfedale Jade 1 loudspeakers on exhibit in the Atocha Design booth at the 2014 Architectural Digest Home Design Show, taking place at Pier 94 in Manhattan on March 20 – 23, 2014. The show will feature the latest furniture, accessories, lighting, art, building products and more.

Atocha Design furniture is created for the lifetime record album enthusiast and collector. Their record cabinets, record stands and other furniture are impeccably crafted from elegantly beautiful, sustainable materials and are available in a variety of woods and styles. The company will be premiering its new Atocha Design Speaker Stands with the Wharfedale Jade 1 bookshelf speakers in Booth M44 in the show’s MADE galleries, which will showcase some of the world’s most talented artists and designers. The Jade 1 will be on demonstration as part of a high-end music system using record albums for music playback.

Wharfedale’s Jade 1 loudspeakers (SRP: $1,199 per pair) combine stunning, meticulously crafted enclosures and furniture-grade construction/finishes with the company’s latest acoustic engineering and materials technologies to deliver exceptional musical realism. The curved and contoured enclosures are constructed from Crystalam, developed by Wharfedale engineers and formed from laminated wood and composites to reduce enclosure vibration to a minimum. The midrange drivers and woofers are constructed using Acufiber, a material that combines the responsiveness of glass and carbon fiber with a self-damping woven matrix for maximum sonic purity and resolution of fine musical detail. The Jade 1’s aluminum-dome tweeter extends beyond the range of human hearing, enabling extraordinary musical detail and high-frequency smoothness. Jade Series loudspeakers are available in Black Oak, Vintage Cherry, Rosewood and Piano Black.

The Atocha Design Speaker Stand is made of solid American FSC-certified walnut with mortise and tenon joinery. It is striking, sculptural and angular in appearance and unlike traditional speaker stands. It can serve as a companion piece to Atocha Design furniture or an appealing addition to an existing home audio system. Pricing starts at $1,500 per pair in two standard finish options.

“We are proud to be featured in Atocha Design’s exhibit at the Architectural Digest Home Design Show,” said Walter Schofield, Sound Solutions V.P., Sales and Marketing. “Wharfedale’s Jade Series loudspeakers are designed to fit beautifully into any home and décor and provide outstanding musical enjoyment, and we are excited at the opportunity to showcase the Jade 1 to an audience of discriminating design enthusiasts.”

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SM Pro Audio Announces uMiX, a Series of Wi-Fi Remote Controllable Digital Mixers

— uMiX is a range of fully-featured remote controllable digital mixers; rack-mountable or as a stage box, uMiX is a portable road-ready mixing solution —

— The uMiX family includes the uMiX mini (8ch), uMiX 12 (12ch), uMiX 16 (16ch) and uMiX 24 (24ch), offering a digital mixer for a wide range of applications —

MUSIKMESSE, FRANKFURT, GERMANY, March 12, 2014 — SM Pro Audio (Hall 5.1 Stand B86), a leading designer, manufacturer and distributor of innovative, solution-oriented audio products, announces its uMiX family of Wi-Fi remote controllable digital mixers. The uMiX family includes the uMiX mini (8ch), uMiX 12 (12ch), uMiX 16 (16ch) and uMiX 24 (24ch). Delivering the benefits of digital mixing, uMiX models feature a pristine 56-bit double precision audio signal path with detailed Parametric EQ, Dynamics, and digital FX available on all channels. All uMiX models include an on-board secure Wi-Fi and Ethernet router and remote microphone preamps, providing a truly out-of-the-box remote mixing solution.

Built for both desktop and touch devices, uMiX brings remote access, multi-touch, key commands, and an intuitive GUI with the look and feel of a hardware mixer. All you need is a desktop PC, laptop, tablet or smart phone with a modern web browser (no apps or software downloads). Simply join the uMiX network and take control. uMiX’s extensive mixer functions include Sub Groups, View Groups, Mute Groups, Mute FX, Mute All, Permissions, Channel Safes and more. uMiX stands for “You Mix”. This means everyone in the band can control their own monitor mix. A copy main mix to Aux button makes setting up your personal mix a breeze.

Users can capture every gig with built-in “One Touch” stereo recording to any USB stick/drive (excludes uMiX mini). Simultaneously play back digital media using the integrated digital media player — perfect for remote controlled background music and/or backing tracks. No Docking required.

The uMiX16 and uMiX24 offer additional processing on the master outputs from Waves Audio, leaders in audio processing. Waves MaxxBass and MaxxVolume adds drive, punch and polish to your mix while protecting the PA. Pump up your lows and perform all essential dynamics processing with one convenient tool on your master outputs.

uMiX series features:

Built in router (Wi-Fi and ethernet)
Remote microphone preamps
Wide device support
Scalable – Link 2 x uMiX24 units with one Cat 5 cable for a total of 48 inputs
Optional multi-track recording expansion card is available for the uMiX 16 and 24
One Touch stereo recording. No Dock required
Media Player for background music or backing tracks
Fully featured software interface
HDMI display output

Danny Olesh, SM Pro Audio CEO commented, “uMiX is a really exciting product, not just for SM Pro Audio, but for the industry. uMiX technology breaks new ground in relation to affordability especially considering the on-board remote preamps and built in Wi-Fi router. We are also very proud that the uMiX software works on a range of devices and operating systems maximizing user choice. No downloads, no apps. uMiX is fully remote controllable with all the benefits of digital mixing and delivers a range of large console features at small console prices.”

Projected European street pricing including 19% VAT:
uMiX Mini – €199.99
uMiX 12 – €399.99
uMiX 16 – €699.99
uMiX 24 – €999.99

Projected U.S. MAP pricing:
uMiX Mini – $249.00
uMiX 12 – $499.00
uMiX 16 – $699.00
uMiX 24 – $999.00

Expected availability in-store Q3, 2014.

For more information, please visit http://www.smproaudio.com/umix.

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The Audio Engineering Society Appoints Graham Kirk as International Sales Manager

– Organization expands its marketing efforts with addition of Kirk to business development team –

New York, NY, March 11, 2014 — As part of its newly focused business and marketing efforts, the Audio Engineering Society has appointed industry executive Graham Kirk to the position of International Sales Manager. The announcement was made by Bob Moses, AES Executive Director, and further underscores the AES’s bolstered business development campaign, which began with the 135th AES Convention in New York, resulting in record attendance, this past fall. In his new position, Kirk will spearhead sales for AES exhibition partners and sponsors, as well as work closely with Moses and Steve Green, AES Business Development Manager.

Leveraging his experience in the music and professional audio industries, Kirk has previously managed sales and marketing efforts for Audio Media magazine and as the European Sales Director for the NewBay Media Group. Further, Kirk will be at the upcoming Musikmesse 2014 International Music Fair (March 12 – 15) to meet with exhibitors and potential participants about partner and sponsorship opportunities at the upcoming 136th AES Convention in Berlin and the 137th Convention in Los Angeles.

“We are very excited to have Graham on board as we continue to gain momentum for our two International Conventions coming up this year, in both Berlin and L.A.,” states Bob Moses. “We have worked hard to provide new opportunities for both attendees and exhibitors at our upcoming events and we feel that Graham has an excellent background and skill set to help maximize these efforts and to help the AES grow as the number-one professional and educational resource for the industry.”

Exhibitors and potential sponsors are encouraged to contact Graham Kirk to discuss exhibition and advertising opportunities for upcoming conventions, newsletters and more, at graham.kirk@aes.org or via phone at: +44 (0) 787-246-1938 or +1 212-661-8528 ext. 114.

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Carl Tatz Design Hosts Blackbird Academy Event at The Blue Grotto

- Carl Tatz, the 2014 TEC Award-winning studio designer and creator of the acclaimed PhantomFocus™ System, gives a studio monitoring tutorial for Blackbird Academy students at Sean and
Anelda Spence’s Blue Grotto Sound -

Nashville, TN: Recently, students of Nashville’s prestigious Blackbird Academy (along with Instructor and Co-Director of Education Mark Rubel) attended an exclusive event at Blue Grotto Sound focusing on studio monitoring hosted by Carl Tatz of Carl Tatz Design LLC, the TEC Award-winning studio designer and monitoring visionary and creator of the acclaimed PhantomFocus™ System (PFS™).

The event was split into two segments, the first being a lecture demonstrating little known problems and solutions of studio near-field monitoring, and the second for the attendees to personally experience Carl Tatz Design’s PhantomFocus System in the Blue Grotto control room.

The two segments were carefully coordinated into multiple small groups so that each of the students would have an ample amount of time to be exposed to the PhantomFocus System. Rubel comments, “Carl gave an interesting and in-depth presentation on a variety of acoustical design topics relative to studio monitoring, followed by the opportunity for the students to bask in the brilliant sound of the PhantomFocus System in the Blue Grotto control room. They talked about it for days after. Thank you Carl!”

“It’s very gratifying to be able to share this unique experienced-based knowledge with the students who can put some of its elements to use, with or without the PFS,” comments Tatz. “Mark Rubel is a born teacher, and his knowledge of music, paired with his recording chops and overall passion for his job, makes him the type of instructor that can change a receptive student’s life. He knew instantly upon hearing the PFS that the Blackbird Academy students needed to experience this unprecedented mix tool for themselves in person, because words in a classroom could never begin to give the full picture.”

States Blackbird Academy student Brandon Schnierer, “Carl’s brilliantly simple explanation of his PhantomFocus System makes sense on paper, but the proof is in your ears: articulate, extended and balanced. The PhantomFocus System is like prescription lenses for your ears.”

As well, artist/producer and engineering student Jeff Todd (who also performs as rock artist Meadows Fortune) explains, “The PhantomFocus System is easily the best listening experience that I have had in any control room. The stereo imaging is phenomenal, and it honestly feels like a live band is at your fingertips! It brings music back to life.”

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Registration Now Open for 136th Audio Engineering Society International Convention in Berlin

— FREE “Exhibits-Plus” Badge and premium “All Access” Badge registration is now online for AES136 Convention —

New York, NY, March 6, 2014 — The Audio Engineering Society has opened registration for the 136th AES International Convention, to be held in Berlin, Germany, on April 26 – 29, 2014, at the Estrel Hotel and Convention Center. Headed by the AES 136th Convention co-chairs Sascha Spors and Umberto Zanghieri, the convention is set to be the premier European gathering of audio industry professionals. Over 100 Tutorials, Workshops, Engineering Briefs and Paper Sessions have been announced that will cover a wide range of topics relevant to the professional audio industry, with further detailed session and event information coming soon. Attendees are encouraged to visit the AES136 Registration Page to pre-register for their FREE “Exhibits-Plus” Badge, or opt for the premium “All Access” Badge, as well as to find further details on hotels and special events.

Following the success of the Project Studio Expo (PSE) at recent previous conventions, the PSE will be making its European debut at AES136, and a special Technology Showcase will also provide participating companies with a chance to interface directly with interested end users and customers at this year’s exhibition. Additionally, the Technical Program for the 136th Berlin Convention is shaping up to be one of the most diverse to be presented by the Audio Engineering Society. Paper Sessions will include subjects such as acoustics, networked audio, multi-channel systems, mobile audio, and in-depth studies into aspects of microphone and loudspeaker design. Other popular Workshop and Tutorial Sessions will bring panels of experts together to discuss a range of practical application topics, such as Audio Forensics, Film Soundtrack Loudness, microphone technique and 3-D audio in automotive applications. The convention will also host a series of student-related events and opportunities, as well as a meeting of the AES Standards Committee, Awards, Special Events, and offsite Technical Tours to audio facilities of interest in the area.

Additional information on the 136th AES International Convention in Berlin is now available on the AES136 home page at http://www.aes.org/events/136/.
For further details on the AES136 Technical Program: http://www.aes.org/events/136/program/
Online Registration: http://www.aes.org/events/136/registration/
Hotel and Venue Information: http://www.aes.org/events/136/attendees/hotel/

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Legendary Rocker Kip Winger Chooses Bose® L1® Systems

Bose® L1® Model II systems used by the multi-talented Kip Winger for his live acoustic shows and as studio monitors in his Nashville home setup

Framingham, Massachusetts, March 5, 2014 – Multi-platinum recording artist Kip Winger has always had serious musical chops, as he demonstrated during his first high-profile gig, playing bass with Alice Cooper, and for six years fronting the glam-metal band Winger. But aside from occasional shows with the reformed Winger band, his fans most frequently see him at his solo acoustic shows, at which he often performs using an L1® Model II portable loudspeaker system, B2 bass module and T1 ToneMatch® audio engine from Bose® Professional Systems. Winger generally takes only a single L1 system on the road for his solo acoustic shows. But he actually has two complete systems because he is also uniquely using a stereo L1 rig as studio monitors at his private home-based facility in Nashville.

Winger has long used Bose QC®15 headphones during the final stage of mixing. “The last three records I’ve made, I’ll mix my album and then the final thing I do is listen in those headphones. You can go out and buy all kinds of reference monitors, but so far as I can tell these headphones are incredible in terms of just referencing a mix. If it’s spanking in those headphones then I know I got it right,” he says.

Back in the day Winger was also lead singer with The Alan Parsons Live Project and also played with artists such as Bob Dylan, Roger Daltrey, Mark Farner and Neal Schon. Following his hard-rocking days, Winger studied hard and grew into a respected classical music composer whose works have been performed by the Tucson Symphony Orchestra and the San Francisco Ballet.

After making friends with Bose personnel, he tried the L1 system and was blown away, he says. “I write a lot of classical music, so I wanted these for monitoring and for composing. I’ve got really good monitoring systems, extremely expensive stuff, but I prefer the Bose L1 system. It’s just a clear, spatially correct, musical monitoring system.”

Winger, who has had his score for choreographer Christopher Wheeldon’s Ghosts programmed into the San Francisco Ballet’s repertory for the past four years, says, “You can’t touch the Bose L1 systems for classical music—nothing comes close.” Next up is a metal album with the reformed Winger lineup. “We’ll see how that goes; I’m sure the system is going to be great because the frequency response is so accurate.”

On his solo acoustic shows, Winger typically travels light, carrying a single L1 Model II and a B2 Bass module and setting the system up behind him so that it serves as both a PA and monitor system. “It’s really clean, it’s super-loud and it doesn’t hurt your ears because there’s no distortion. And one unit is completely adequate for filling a 200- or 300-seat room. It’s a great system.”

He continues, “It’s everything that you miss from a live PA; it sounds like a record. My acoustic thing is more like a rock thing. I don’t use loops or anything, it’s just me and a guitar, but it takes a lot of bass to drive it. I’ll use a lot of low end—when I hit the guitar it’s like a kick drum. This system is the best full-range system for a small acoustic show that I have seen, by far.”

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Audio-Technica Microphones Used for SXSWfm, the Online Radio Portal for the South By Southwest Festival

— Online radio station covering Austin-based South By Southwest (SXSW), one of the world’s leading music and media events, looks to Audio-Technica products to capture in-the-field interviews and live in-studio performances —

STOW, OH, March 4, 2014 — Audio-Technica, a leading innovator in transducer technology for over 50 years, is proud to have its microphones and headphones used by SXSWfm, the dedicated online radio portal of the South By Southwest (SXSW) festival, which takes place each year in Austin, Texas. This year’s festival, which will be held March 7-16, will encompass film, media, technology, and of course music, with over 1700 showcasing artists playing live. The channel is now live at www.sxswfm.com and currently features artists that have showcased during the SXSW’s 27-year history and all other aspects of the festival.

“The goal of the channel is to reflect the wide spectrum of sounds you can hear when you attend the SXSW Music Festival,” stated Kevin Connor, SXSWfm Programming Manager. “It’s all kinds of music from all over the world. As the SXSW 2014 season progresses, we will be introducing you to the artists who will be joining us in Austin in March for five nights of showcases on more than 100 stages.”

Currently, the station’s DJ’s and content creators have been using the AT2020USB+ Cardioid Condenser USB Microphones, ATH-M50 Professional Studio Monitor Headphones and AT8035 Shotgun Microphones. “We’ve had a great experience with the Audio Technica gear we’ve been using here at SXSWfm,” notes Connor. “The ATH-M50 headphones are dependable, accurate and comfortable over the course of a long day of listening to SXSW artists and producing our station elements. The AT8035 is not only a great shotgun mic in the field for interviews, but it has also become our go-to mic in our confined voiceover space.”

For more information, please visit www.audio-technica.com.

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The Recording Academy Producers & Engineers Wing® and HARMAN® Professional Host “Listen Up” at Nashville’s Pearl-Cohn Entertainment Magnet High School

HARMAN® Professional Brands and P&E Wing Leadership Host Series of Workshops for Pearl-Cohn Students and Evening Social Mixer for P&E Wing Membership

SANTA MONICA, Calif. (March 4, 2014) — On Thursday, February 13, 2014, leading members of The Recording Academy® Nashville Chapter Producers & Engineers Wing® committee, along with representatives from the HARMAN® Professional brands AKG®, JBL® and Lexicon®, hosted “Listen Up,” a series of seminars and workshops at Nashville’s Pearl-Cohn Entertainment Magnet High School. The event was aimed at the school’s students, who benefit from a world-class on-campus recording studio, opened nearly one year ago and developed by members of the P&E Wing and others as part of Nashville’s “Music Makes Us” educational initiative. The student events were followed by a P&E Wing membership event and social mixer that evening.

Pictured L-R: Top Row: Sam Lorber, Instructional Designer, Pearl-Cohn; Nick Palladino, P&E Wing Sub-Committee member and Owner, NPALL Audio; Jeff Balding, The Recording Academy® Nashville Chapter President; Julian King, P&E Wing Nashville Chapter Committee Co-Chair; Shannon Sanders, P&E Wing Nashville Chapter Committee Co-Chair; and Ben Fowler, P&E Wing Sub-Committee member and producer/engineer. Bottom Row: Joseph Wagoner, Product Manager, AKG; Laurie Schell, Music Makes Us, Metro Nashville Public Schools; Peter Chaikin, Senior Manager Recording and Broadcast Marketing, JBL Professional; Lisa Harless, The Recording Academy Nashville Chapter Secretary; and Chuck Ainlay, P&E Wing Committee Chairman and producer/engineer. Photograph courtesy of The Recording Academy®/Clyne Media, Inc. © 2014

About The Recording Academy: Established in 1957, The Recording Academy is an organization of musicians, songwriters, producers, engineers and recording professionals that is dedicated to improving the cultural condition and quality of life for music and its makers. Internationally known for the GRAMMY Awards — the preeminent peer-recognized award for musical excellence and the most credible brand in music — The Recording Academy is responsible for groundbreaking professional development, cultural enrichment, advocacy, education and human services programs. The Academy continues to focus on its mission of recognizing musical excellence, advocating for the well-being of music makers and ensuring music remains an indelible part of our culture. For more information about The Academy, please visit www.grammy.com. For breaking news and exclusive content, follow @TheGRAMMYs on Twitter, like “The GRAMMYs” on Facebook, and join The GRAMMYs’ social communities on Foursquare, GetGlue, Google +, Instagram, Pinterest, Tumblr, and YouTube.

About The Producers & Engineers Wing: Currently more than 6,500 professionals comprise The Recording Academy Producers & Engineers Wing, which was established for producers, engineers, remixers, manufacturers, technologists, and other related creative and technical professionals in the recording field. This organized voice for the recording community addresses issues that affect the craft of recorded music, including the development and implementation of new technologies, technical guidelines and recommendations, and archiving and preservation initiatives. For more information, please visit www.producersandengineers.com.

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Waves Audio MetaFilter Plugin Now Available

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL, March 3, 2014 — Waves Audio announces the availability of MetaFilter, a versatile sound-shaping filter plugin. Designed around a multimode filter with extensive modulation options and powered by Waves’ Virtual Voltage technology, Waves MetaFilter has everything users need in a sound-shaping filter. The versatile MetaFilter creative effects unit provides all the warmth, depth and fatness of classic analog filters, with the modern control and endless flexibility distinctive of Waves tools.

MetaFilter lets you individually modulate the filter’s cutoff, resonance and delay time using three separate modulators—a 16-step sequencer, an LFO, and an envelope follower with a sidechaining option—making it easy to achieve effects such as filter sweeping, tremolo, auto wah, rhythmic gating, ducking, and hypnotic modulating delays with saturation buildups.

With intuitive controls that are inviting and enjoyable to use, you can effortlessly customize and program your own presets. Thanks to its easy-to-use MIDI Learn capabilities, MetaFilter can be controlled from any MIDI control device—a great advantage for live DJ performances. Moreover, when MetaFilter is connected to a MIDI keyboard, the keyboard can actually be utilized for playing the filter cutoff.

Whether you’re creating rhythmic loops and tracks from sound bites, adding a subtle effect to a guitar part, or simply mangling a vocal track just for the fun of it, MetaFilter’s versatility and endless possibilities make it the ultimate tool for creating and producing innovative, eccentric and cutting-edge music in the studio and on stage.

MetaFilter features:

Three separate modulators: 16-step sequencer, LFO, and envelope follower with sidechaining option
“Fat” analog sound quality
Intuitive MIDI Learn
Fully modulatable analog delay
Powered by Virtual Voltage technology
Endless sound-shaping possibilities

Waves MetaFilter is now available with a U.S. MSRP of $200 (Native), with a special introductory price of $99 (Native). Visit http://www.waves.com/plugins/metafilter for more information. Official product video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NMW_GcqAfZY.

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