Developed in association with Abbey Road Studios, Waves’ Abbey Road Collection features a lineup of exquisite plugins that meticulously model the fabled studios’ legendary microphones, consoles, tape machines and signature effects, as heard on countless historic recordings and pop masterpieces.
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London's Abbey Road Studios were at the epicenter of a seismic shift that rocked the world of music during the 1960s, and changed the course of popular culture forever. The Beatles, The Hollies, Pink Floyd and countless other luminaries made musical history at Abbey Road Studios, trailblazing a revolution that resonates to this day.
Waves/Abbey Road Reel ADT is the first plugin to successfully emulate Abbey Road Studios’ pioneering process of Artificial Double Tracking. The effect that would become an integral part of Abbey Road’s signature sound was initially created at the famed studios in the 1960s to meet the needs of some very special clients: The Beatles.
A passive equalizer with powerful sound-shaping capabilities, the RS56 Universal Tone Control was originally introduced in the early 1950s and used in Abbey Road Studios to prepare recordings for the record-lathe, as part of the process we now know as “mastering.” Later, Abbey Road’s pop engineers began using the RS56 passive EQ for studio recordings...
The Abbey Road Collection includes plugins models of the studios’ famed REDD and TG12345 consoles, as well as RS56 Passive EQ (‘the Curve Bender’), J37 Tape, Reel ADT, the King’s Microphones, and the Abbey Road Reverb Plates.
• Developed in association with Abbey Road Studios
• Recreates the inimitable sounds heard on many historic recordings and pop masterpieces
• Modeled on the original, rare and often exclusive Abbey Road Studios hardware
• Legendary sound, in-the-box and live on stage
• Abbey Road Reverb Plates
• EMI TG12345 Channel Strip
• J37 Tape
• Reel ADT
• RS56 Passive EQ
• The King's Microphones
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