Video Tutorial – Using The Waves API 2500 Compressor
In part two of a new series of free Waves video tutorials, Eli Krantzberg will continue covering four of his favorite Waves compressor plugins and show you real-world examples of them in action. Featured in this video: the Waves API 2500 Compressor.
Using The Waves API 2500 Compressor
The API 2500 has a really interesting variable knee control and high-pass filter (thrust) that tailors how transients and specific areas of the frequency range pass through the compression stage. Combined with its feed forward- and feedback style algorithms, it produces a broad range of musical sounding compression styles.
Discover the unique knee, thrust, and compressor modes available in the API 2500, and hear how they effect both the transient range and frequency range of the underlying material:
The Waves API 2500 is currently on sale for $99 (regular $299).
For more information, videos, user reviews or a demo, visit API 2500 at the Waves website.
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