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Waves JJP Signature Native License
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Six application-specific plug-ins created in collaboration with Grammy-winning producer-engineer Jack Joseph Puig.
From U2 to Pussycat Dolls, from Mary J. Blige to Black Eyed Peas, from Snow Patrol and Counting Crows to Sheryl Crow and Jellyfish, from Goo Goo Dolls and Panic at the Disco! to Beck and The Rolling Stones, from John Mayer and Keith Urban to Green Day and Lady Gaga¦
Iconic Grammy-winning producer/engineer Jack Joseph Puig and his personal palette of tones, shades, and hues have illuminated and empowered a kaleidoscope of projects that have spanned commercial record making. His vivid and vibrant productions have defined and redefined the sound of contemporary pop, rock, country, and urban music, time and time again.
Complete all-in-one processing chains
Mono, Mono-to-stereo and stereo components
Optimized control ranges
Put the Grammy-winning ears of Jack Joseph Puig to work for you. Order the Signature Collection today!
Supports RTAS, Audio Suite, VST, AU
PC and Mac compatible
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Comments about Waves JJP Signature Native License:
Won't do it all, and not quite as simple as they would lead you to believe. You still ahve to do some tweaking (with the limited control sets provided).
Interesting versions of mult-effects proccessors designed by JJP, specifically aimed at individual intstuments. I also own the CLA & Maserati Signatures as well. They each have been able to do a great job (or not) on various tracks I've tried them on. It just depends on the track and the outcome you're hoping to achieve. They DO have a tendency to put a "professional polish" on tracks, if that's what your after - but not always. They are defintely easier than puttting numerious plugs-in-a-row. I just screw with them until it sounds right, and if it doesn't, I just try something else.
I like them, and they sound prety quality overall.
A little pricey, but can be gotten on sale from time 2 time.