A comprehensive collection of audio processing tools, Diamond brings unparalleled signal processing power to your studio, for tracking, mixing, mastering, creative sound design, and audio restoration. Diamond includes all the plugins found in our ...
A comprehensive collection of audio processing tools, Diamond brings unparalleled signal processing power to your studio, for tracking, mixing, mastering, creative sound design, and audio restoration. Diamond includes all the plugins found in our Platinum, Restoration, and Transform bundles as well as V-Comp, L3 Multimaximizer, and more. From dynamics, equalization, and reverb to pitch correction, spatial imaging, and beyond, Diamond is a must have for every serious studio
Over 50 powerful audio plugins. For mixing, mastering, live sound, restoration and more. Includes vintage models, dynamics, equalizers and more.
I'm just getting started with Waves, but I've used the C4 multiband, C1 compressor, Ultramaximizer, and the De-Esser. All have worked FLAWLESSLY! I mainly have used the C1 and De-Esser when processing vocals. It works like a dream!
Of course you will want more. But then get those ala carte. Spending 5,000 on a bundle doesn't even make sense to me and I have plenty of cash. I use even the Renaissance ones, but usually the CLA compressors and the H-Series. And of course the Aphex Exciter. everything else to taste, plus there are a lot of good stand alone & free plug ins... though I need to modify them to work with HD. I have a guy for that.
I have Final Cut Pro for simple editing. I thought it would be cool to add 1000 fonts to my Mac Font Book. They all appear in my Video editor now. Problem: it will only load about 300 fonts, so it only goes to the letter G now, So I really screwed myself adding those fonts. Plus it takes an extra 15 minuted to load fonts I can not even see now. -- My point, you CAN have too many plugins and scroll right past the ones that might best help you and not even know it. Get a reasonable bundle for 6-700 and learn them well. Make presets.
Whoever said "less is more" failed at kindergarten math. But sometimes "more" can be too much.