Waves NLS (Native) Reviews4.3/5.0 based on 3 customer reviews
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from Glendale, CA
March 21, 2013Music Background:
Voice Talent, Audio, Music and Radio Professional
Sounds greatNLS sounds great. not exactly like the real thing but it does help when youre in the box. Dont expect it to make you a better mixer, because it wont, but it will enhance youre mixes. A tool is just a tool, until it is handled properly.
from Batavia, NY
December 3, 2012Music Background:
Recording Engineer, Musician, Hobbyist
Mostly happyThis thing works great. It gives the mix space and sound incredible.
September 13, 2012Music Background:
Music Producer, Pro Musician, Recording/Mix Engineer
Sum it or Start it in a Non-Linear Way!The Waves NLS just is what it is.
-both Channel and Buss instances available
-channel and buss instances "speak" to each other- (the ability to control individual instances from the group bus)
-3 console options: SSL, TG/EMI, Neve
-each "console" offers 32 DIFFERENT channels! (Yes all 96 actually sound different; some in dramatic ways- works well for Non-Linearity treatment of a real console. We're talking saturation here.
-The "Mic" option is like a bonus to -get some real crunch!
-"Drive" knobs to have it your way..
-No input control (need to have a gain stage control before the plugin if you need to change the amount of level going in)
-You will feel the CPU crunch if you don't have reasonable resources- CPU wise.
This is definitely worth the buy. Subtle and professional with its proper use generally.
Non-linear Summing/Console Emulation Plug-in with 3 Console Models, 2 Plug-in Components (Buss and Channel Plug-ins), and Over 100 Individually Modeled Channel Plug-ins - RTAS, VST, AU (Mac/PC)