Anyone who subscribes to Valentina Bilancieri’s mailing list before October 15th gets a free copy of Waves Renaissance Vox vocal compressor plugin ($79 value).
Renaissance Vox is an easy-to-use dynamics processor, designed especially for tracking and mixing vocals. It provides compression, gating, and limiting in an easy-to-use interface. RVox combines the compression and limiting technology of the acclaimed Renaissance Compressor into just three controls.
There are two Renaissance Vox components: mono and stereo. Aside from the number of tracks, the components are identical. You can view the Renaissance Vox interface in any of the three included skins, selectable from the drop-down menu, on the left side of the WaveSystem Toolbar. All three skins have the same controls.
The GUI is simple, with 3 sliders/meters. The main unit is called “Comp” and has a fader to adjust the amount of compression you want to apply. The other two controls are to set the gate for the desired amount of noise reduction, respectively to set the output limiter gain.
Renaissance Vox is usually priced at $79 (now on sale for $49, or even $29 if you use coupon code BEST2020). You can download and use it for free if you subscribe to Valentina Bilancieri’s mailing list before October 15th.
Once you subscribe, the serial number will be sent by email. Next, go to Waves, enter “My Account”, then “Register New Products” and insert the serial there and that’s it.
Renaissance Vox is a VST, VST3, AU, and AAX plugin for DAWs on Windows and macOS.
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