Today, we get to try out a brand new plugin: the Waves StudioRack!
This marvellous new plugin allows you to create powerful plugin chains of up to 8 plugins. The enhanced features of the StudioRack include parallel processing racks, multiband split racks, and quick-access macros to create your own “custom plugins”.
Two of the features that I am excited to try out are the multitband features, which means that I can stack plugins in a row, and each plugin can affect a different band, and the macros function, which will allow me to take multiple plugins and have one macro that controls them all.
The StudioRack also introduces easy plugin search, so you can always find the plugins you need, as well as floating plugin windows so you can view and control multiple plugins simultaneously.
After creating your chains, you can save them for instant recall, so you can reuse the custom plugin chains you have created. These chains can be opened in any DAW, making it easier to collaborate with other producers and mixers who may use a different DAW than you do.
This plugin was so much fun to try out, and I know we only scratched the surface of what it is capable of! If you are interested in the Waves StudioRack, click here to check it out!
Watch the video below to see the Waves StudioRack in action!