Top Virtual Instruments Waves VST Plugins
Top Virtual Instruments Waves VST Plugins

Top 10+ Virtual Instruments Waves VST Plugins 2021

We have created for you a rating of the Best 10 Virtual Instruments Waves VST Plugins as the most downloaded and according to the excellent reviews of musicians

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  1. OVox Vocal ReSynthesis
  2. Grand Rhapsody Piano
  3. Element 2.0 Virtual Analog Synth
  4. Codex Wavetable Synth
  5. Electric 88 Piano
  6. Bass Fingers
  7. Bass Slapper
  8. Flow Motion FM Synth
  9. Electric 200 Piano
  10. Morphoder

1. OVox Vocal ReSynthesis

by: Waves

 
OVox Vocal ReSynthesis
 

Transform your vocal productions with the next-generation voice-controlled synth and vocal effects processor. Create a limitless palette of vocal morphing, tuning, harmonizing, vocoder & talkbox effects and beyond, with depth, clarity, and intuitive control. Available as a plugin or standalone app.

Limitless Vocal Palette

Producers, mixers, songwriters: Say goodbye to boring vocals. OVox gives you an unprecedented menu of vocal synthesis and reshaping options, from the Daft Punk-style vocoder sounds you know and love, to inventive vocal effects as endless as your creativity.

The Magic Under the Hood: Organic ReSynthesis®

OVox is powered by Waves Organic ReSynthesis® (ORS) technology to deliver its unmatched vocal synthesis sound quality.

ORS takes the original vocal signal and breaks it down to its core ‘DNA’ elements—amplitude, pitch, and formant. It then re-synthesizes these elements to create the new vocal sound, which is free of unwanted artifacts and preserves the expressiveness of the original vocal.

Intuitive Control

OVox is instant: no routing required. Simply insert it as a plugin or fire it up as a standalone app – sing, hum, speak or beatbox into it, and hear the magic happen.

MIDI control is optional. You can use OVox with a keyboard or MIDI controller, or with any instrument (for example a guitar) as the ‘carrier.’ Or you can simply use your voice (or a recorded vocal track) to trigger automatic chords, harmonies or scales, using OVox’s automatic Note Mapper.

OVox’s MIDI Out feature lets you play any virtual instrument (whether by Waves or other manufacturers) using your voice, in real time. You can sing or hum melodies; OVox will convert your voice to MIDI, then send the MIDI out to the other instrument. You can also use the Note Mapper to quantize your MIDI to scale, or generate hundreds of chord progressions easily. You can even route the other instrument as a carrier back to OVox, and use OVox’s formant filter to modulate the other instrument!

Pick from Hundreds of Presets – or Dive Deep

Start with hundreds of satisfying presets, then tweak them using the most crucial controls displayed in OVox’s Main View.

Want to dive deeper? Open up OVox’s Expanded View, which unlocks a world of vocal morphing possibilities, including detailed Formant Filter control; nine LFO, ADSR and ORS modulators that can modulate any other control in the plugin; on-board FX; and much more.

The Ultimate Instrument Is You

The human voice is the original instrument—the richest in expression and the fullest in color. OVox turns your vocal—any vocal—into an even more limitless musical playground for you to express your creativity.


2. Grand Rhapsody Piano

by: Waves

 
Grand Rhapsody Piano
 

Sampled from the Fazioli F228 grand piano housed at London’s Metropolis Studios – the very piano played on Grammy-winning hits such as Adele’s “Hello.”

Like a sleek Italian sports car, the Fazioli F228 model was engineered from the finest Italian parts and craftsmanship, taking its wood from the same red spruce forest where Antonio Stradivari cultivated his rare and celebrated violins. The deep bass, rich resonance and crystal clear tonal qualities produced by the wood have made the Fazioli a highly coveted instrument for the most discerning ears in music.

Recorded at Metropolis with 8 different pairs of state-of-the-art microphones and the highest-quality preamps and converters, Waves’ Grand Rhapsody virtual piano delivers the same majestic sound as the studios’ original Fazioli piano, with added features that only a plugin can provide.

From pop/rock songwriting to electronic production to intimate jazz and classical piano, Grand Rhapsody offers a wide range of tonality for musicians and producers. You can blend up to 3 mic pairs of your choice and choose their position; control how much of the pedal, key up and sympathetic resonance you mix into the overall sound; and apply Waves’ award-winning effects including EQ, compressor, limiter, delay, and reverb based on Waves’ state-of-the-art H-Reverb.

Whether you prefer to load one of the expertly programmed presets or create your own sounds from scratch, Grand Rhapsody furnishes you with all the warmth and richness you’d expect from one of the most luxurious pianos in the world – plus a little extra, from Waves.

Mics used to sample the original Fazioli:

B&K 4007
Shure SM57
Neumann U87
Royer R121
SE RN17
Neumann KM84
Coles 4038
AKG C451


3. Element 2.0 Virtual Analog Synth

by: Waves

 
Element 2.0 Virtual Analog Synth
 

Element 2.0 is an analog-style polyphonic instrument designed to deliver the fat, warm sounds of classic analog synths, with all the precision, flexibility and control of a cutting-edge software instrument.

The first synthesizer to take advantage of the next generation of Waves’ Virtual Voltage technology, Element 2.0 includes a vast array of convenient features and functions, including five integrated effects, a 16-step sequencer, MIDI learn for all controls, and a massive, fully tweakable preset library.

All Element 2.0 parameters are laid out right there in front of you—so when inspiration strikes, there’s no need to scroll through page after page in order to customize your sounds. Searing leads, gritty basses, lush pads, electro-percussion, sequential motions, mind-blowing FX and lots more—Element 2.0 has it all. Perfect for the studio and for live performances.


4. Codex Wavetable Synth

by: Waves

 
Codex Wavetable Synth
 

Waves Codex is a cutting-edge polyphonic synthesizer based on an advanced granular wavetable engine and powered by Waves’ Virtual Voltage technology. Designed to create sounds that range from warm acoustic and analog emulations to completely new, never-before-heard intricate and evolving textures, Codex’s sound design capabilities put infinite possibilities at your fingertips.

The Codex synth comes with hundreds of original sound presets, but also lets you import your own audio files, turn them into wavetables and manipulate them as you like. Thanks to its advanced formant control technology, Codex maintains consistent resonance character that is true to the original signal and gives you direct control over the acoustic resonance of the sound. Codex also innovatively uses a high-resolution FFT-based automatic interpolation technology that results in extraordinarily smooth morphing as you sweep through wavetables.

The original design of Codex’s oscillators, combined with the dynamic visual display of the synth’s waveforms, allows you to create very complex sounds with very simple settings – all this before you even start adding the bells and whistles of the built-in modulators, effects and arpeggiator/sequencer!

Combining analog subtractive synthesis components with an intuitive layout, Codex lets you easily customize existing presets or build custom patches from the ground up. And thanks to the user-friendly single-page GUI, everything is laid out conveniently in front of you so that the entire patch can be seen at all times, freeing you to focus on what matters most – your creativity.


5. Electric 88 Piano

by: Waves

 
Electric 88 Piano
 

Get the soul and character of a unique electric piano, sampled to capture the nuances of the original vintage instrument, with effects, compressor and amp added.

Over time, vintage pianos tend to sound different from key to key. They detune, change in tone and become non-linear. The fascinating thing is that these audible imperfections creates a beautiful and unique instrument, one that can move you emotionally when you hear it.

This is something we kept in mind when creating the Electric 88. We decided to sample a unique “road-worn” piano, carefully capturing the non-linearity of the individual keys to preserve its charming character. When we sampled the piano, we had each key played multiple times by hand to give it a real human feel. The result is a phenomenal electric piano full of personality and a sound that will instantly be reminiscent of classic ‘70s pianos: full of funk and soul.

Electric 88 also gives you the tools to create a wide variety of diverse sounds. Use the mix section to control the level of the internal mechanics, tines and key-up sound, or the Formant control to shift the samples upward or downwards for an interesting new dimension of tone and character. Also included are high-quality tremolo, autopan, phaser, chorus and reverb effects and controls for boosting bass, mid and treble frequencies, making sure that Electric 88 always finds its way into the mix. Combine this with the compressor or amp, and you can achieve anything from mellow and heavenly jazz tones to distorted rock riffs.


6. Bass Fingers

by: Waves

 
Bass Fingers
 

The most detailed and nuanced fingerstyle bass virtual instrument in existence. Lay down authentic and realistic-sounding basslines with the personality of a seasoned bass player—intuitively on your keyboard.

It ain’t easy creating realistic sounding MIDI basslines. It’s more than just notes—you want to hear the expressiveness, the touch of the strings hitting the frets, and all the goodness that happens in-between the notes to make a bassline sound like a player and not a computer.

Bass Fingers translates your MIDI input into basslines full of character and personality, giving you the same mechanics, variations and dynamics a seasoned bass player creates naturally across the fretboard.

Designed, recorded and edited by highly regarded bass player Or Lubianiker (Marty Friedman, Gus G, Bumblefoot), Bass Fingers is an ultra-natural sounding, high-performance virtual instrument with an extensive range of articulation and control over your sound—from natural legatos, release and decays, to realistic percussive playing, sampled slides, mechanical noises, and other natural playing effects.

Featuring an extensive sample library with 15.5GB of hand-crafted bass samples, Bass Fingers gives you the most extensive and realistic fingerstyle bass vocabulary possible.


7. Bass Slapper

by: Waves

 
Bass Slapper
 

The most elaborate and realistic-sounding slap bass plugin ever created, allowing you to create all the nuances and articulation of a seasoned bass player.

Slap bass is one of the most popular styles of bass playing. Over the years there have been many attempts to sample the sound and recreate it as a virtual instrument, but nothing has come close to the sound of recording a great bass player who has mastered this technique.

Until now.

Waves Bass Slapper lets you recreate on your keyboard the realistic nuances of a dexterous bass player, with complete control over every note and articulation, including thumbing, popping, hammer-ons, pull-offs, open strings, legato sounds and dead notes.

Bass Slapper includes the world’s most extensive sample library of special bass guitar sounds, with slides, left- and right-hand mutes and harmonic strums. The instrument’s intuitive position and articulation controls let you determine precisely where to play on the fretboard, when to switch strings, which strings to thumb or pop, and more.

For endless tonal possibilities, Bass Slapper features studio-grade stompbox effects, detailed tone controls from vintage warmth to modern punch, and your choice of clean DI or authentic amp sounds.

From funk and soul to rock, hip hop, metal and beyond, Bass Slapper puts convincing slap bass sounds at your keyboard-playing fingertips, anytime, anywhere.


8. Flow Motion FM Synth

by: Waves

 
Flow Motion FM Synth
 

Design deep basses, screaming leads, rich pads and growling FX with this hybrid FM synth, featuring an intuitive graphic interface that makes FM synthesis playful and easy, an innovative 16-step snapshot sequencer, and a rich library of over 1000 presets.

Flow Motion combines the best elements of FM (frequency modulation) and analog-style subtractive synthesis in one powerful instrument.

The Flow screen eases your way into FM synthesis, with a uniquely designed graphic FM modulation matrix that connects four powerful mono/polyphonic oscillators with independent waveform and pan controls. You can easily modify assignments between the oscillators, using four independent floating LFO/envelope modulators with intuitive drag-and-drop manipulation.

The Motion screen lets you further control filters, amplitude, EQ and FX in a ‘traditional’ subtractive way, for added power and flexibility.

The 16-step snapshot sequencer enables you to easily capture 16 different states of the synth and switch between them in real time. With 16 recallable snapshots per patch, you can quickly create jaw-dropping sequences, on the fly and in the flow.

With an additional 16-step note sequencer/arpeggiator and built-in FX, this hybrid synth will let you take your ideas to new sonic territories. Huge on tweakability, but light on the learning curve, Flow Motion will advance your creative flow whether you’re a beginner or an expert synthesist.


9. Electric 200 Piano

by: Waves

 
Electric 200 Piano
 

Precise sampling of the classic 200-model electric piano featured on classics by Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye and Queen, with effects, compressor and amp added.

Electric 200 captures the bite, bark and punchy reed tone of the electric piano model used on classic recordings by Ray Charles, Pink Floyd, Steely Dan and many more.

Sampled from two individual instruments, each with its own distinct tone, Electric 200 gives you the flexibility to create classic and adventurous sounds in rock, jazz, R&B and electronic music – “a quantum leap forward in feature, tone, responsiveness, realism and grit from other sampled Wurlitzers,” according to top studio musician Charlie Judge.

Electric 200 is designed to deliver the human touch that is so essential when sampling tonally complex analog instruments. For an authentic feel with true physical presence, you can mix in the sound of the internal piano mechanisms, as if the original instruments were sitting right in front of you.

The included high-quality effects give you tons of versatility in just a few knobs. Use the phaser for a classic ‘70s stomp pedal sound, the reverb for natural spatial placement within your mix, or jam live with the intuitive controls for smooth modulation effects. Combined with musical tone controls, Electric 200 gives you endless possibilities for adding this sought-after electric piano sound to your music.


10. Morphoder

by: Waves

 
Morphoder
 

Taking the classic sound of the original Vocoder synthesizer to new heights, Morphoder lets you combine different audio signals to create wild, unique sounds never before heard, with unmatched clarify and definition.

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