121st AES CONVENTION, SAN FRANCISCO, CA, October 6, 2006 — The world’s leading developer of digital audio signal processing tools, Waves, has announced the availability of a special new bundle — The Mercury Collection — that offers more Waves world-renowned plug-ins in one package than ever before.
The Mercury Collection features a massive total of 91 stunning processors, with over 200 component plug-ins.
The Mercury Collection introduces the new Waves V-Series emulation of vintage EQ and comp/limiter technology (see separate V-Series release). It also introduces MaxxVolume™, a stunning all-in-one dynamics processor. Mercury includes the entire Diamond bundle; the acclaimed L-Series Ultramaximizers and Multimaximizers; and GTR Guitar Tool Rack and custom hardware, the ultimate in guitar sound technology developed in conjunction with Paul Reed Smith Guitars. Mercury also features the complete 360° Surround Tools collection of 5.1 surround processors; Waves Tune pitch correction and transformation plug-in and the DeBreath automatic breath eliminator; IR1 and IR360 parametric convolution-based reverberation systems; and Z-Noise, for advanced dynamic noise reduction.
And that’s not all: Mercury also includes the complete Renaissance series of world-class signal processors as well as Q-Clone for hardware equalizer modeling. There’s the X-Series of archive restoration tools including X-Click, X-Crackle, X-Hum and X-Noise; the Transform Series and an extraordinary number of additional sound processors including MaxxBass®, MondoMod, MetaFlanger, S1 Stereo Imager, TrueVerb and much, much more. From time-domain effects to equalizers, from dynamics control to noise reduction, from guitar sound modeling to the sound of classic analog components, there has never been such a comprehensive collection as this. The Mercury Collection offers more effects, more channel components, more mixdown tools and more processors than ever before in one place.
“This is the most comprehensive set of plug-ins we’ve ever offered,” said Gilad Keren, CEO of Waves Ltd. “We are pleased to make the Mercury Collection available to the audio production community.”