Top Wave Arts VST Plugins
Top Wave Arts VST Plugins

Top 9+ Wave Arts VST Plugins 2021

We have created for you a rating of the Best 9 Wave Arts VST Plugins as the most downloaded and according to the excellent reviews of musicians

VST list navigation:

  1. Tube Saturator 2
  2. Dialog 2
  3. Panorama 6
  4. Power Suite 6
  5. FinalPlug 6
  6. MultiDynamics 6
  7. TrackPlug 6
  8. MR Click
  9. MasterVerb 6

1. Tube Saturator 2

 
Tube Saturator 2
 

Tube Saturator 2 is a super accurate circuit simulation of a tube pre-amp with analog EQ, which can be overdriven gently for warming effects, or cranked for fat distortion.

Like its predecessor, Tube Saturator, TS-2 is based on circuit simulation technology to capture every nuance of an analog circuit.

The circuit consisting of the individual tubes, resistors, and capacitors is converted into a mathematical system of equations which is numerically solved to produce the exact same sound as a real circuit.

But while the original consumed large amounts of CPU power, TS-2 is now super efficient.

MAIN FEATURES

  • Accurate tube preamp simulator using circuit simulation technology
  • Two common cathode preamp stages
  • 12AX7 and 12AU7 tube models
  • Drive control for distortion adjustment
  • Baxandall 3-band analog EQ
  • Saturation and EQ bypass switches
  • High quality 2X oversampling mode
  • Wet/dry mix control
  • Analog style metering
  • No latency
  • Up to 192 kHz sampling rate
  • Mono or stereo

The Saturation section of TS-2 runs about 7x faster than the original and yet the modelling is even more accurate. TS-2 includes the original circuit simulation of the three band Baxandall type EQ as found in many guitar amplifiers.

In addition to this breakthrough improvement in speed, TS-2 has many new features. You can switch between 12AX7 and 12AU7 tubes for different harmonic characteristics. The EQ can be switched to run pre or post saturation.

Saturation and EQ are separately switchable. Also there is a 2x oversampling mode using a very high quality resampler algorithm. Use 2x mode to attenuate aliased distortion harmonics.

Also new is a mix control to blend the processed sound with the original. And finally, TS-2 has a gorgeous new interface.

For more information via video demos, see the video introduction to Tube Saturator 2, and also see examples of applying Tube Saturator 2 to different sounds.

Tired of square wave clipping distortion? Tube Saturator 2 will not disappoint.


2. Dialog 2

 
Dialog 2
 

Dialog 2 combines in one plug-in; all the processing needed to clean up, adjust, and sweeten recordings of the spoken voice.

It is perfect for voice-over, film/tv recordings on location or sound stage, and broadcast.

Dialog includes brickwall filters, de-hum and de-buzz processing, broadband noise reduction, de-ploding, de-essing, 10-band equalization, compression, and limiting. Separate presets for each section allow you to get results fast.

The brickwall filters have variable rolloff slopes and can be used to cutoff low or high frequency ranges.

The de-hum processor uses notch filters to eliminate 10 harmonics of either 50 Hz or 60 Hz hum. The de-buzz processor squelches nasty line frequency buzzes. The de-noise processor is the stellar sounding MR Noise algorithm with a simplified interface.

De-plode and de-ess are custom processors; use de-plode to tame plosive sounds and use de-ess to adjust the amount of sibiliants. The EQ section is the powerful and easy to use TrackPlug equalizer, with 10 bands of equalization, 11 different filter types to choose from, and a variety of presets.

The compressor is the TrackPlug Vintage compressor, with presets tailored to voice processing.

MAIN FEATURES

  • 10-band EQ section with 11 different filter types and 64-bit processing
  • Low and high pass brickwall filters with various rolloff slopes
  • Hum and buzz removal
  • Broadband noise reduction
  • De-plode function for plosive or wind rumble attenuation
  • De-ess function for sibilant attenuation
  • Compressor
  • Peak limiter
  • Comprehensive metering
  • Master preset manager and preset manager per section
  • Latency compensation
  • Fully automatable
  • Up to 192K support
  • Mono or stereo

3. Panorama 6

 
Panorama 6
 

Panorama is a specialized tool for creating stunningly realistic 3-D audio scenes using regular stereo sound.

The DSP technology in Panorama reproduces psychoacoustic sound localization and distance cues, allowing you to pan sounds in three dimensions: not just left and right, but up, down, front, back, near, and far.

Panorama combines HRTF-based audio panning with acoustic environment modeling, including wall reflections, reverberation, distance modeling, and the Doppler pitch effect. Panorama sounds amazing when heard on headphones.

Anyone producing podcasts or music specifically intended for mobile devices should definitely check out Panorama.

Panorama also includes a crosstalk canceller to format the output for playback over conventional stereo loudspeakers. In this mode, Panorama can make sounds appear to come from outside the normal stereo soundstage.

MAIN FEATURES

  • Position and move sound in three dimensions
  • Cartesian or polar coordinates
  • Uses Head-Related Transfer Functions (HRTFs) to reproduce binaural sound localization cues
  • Integrated reverberation and distance cues
  • Separate sections for early reflection modeling and late reverberation
  • Control dimensions and surface material of all six surfaces of the room
  • Early reflections are spatialized using HRTFs
  • Doppler pitch effect
  • Processing for playback over loudspeakers or headphones
  • Crosstalk canceling based on real head models
  • Ships with 10 human and 1 dummy-head HRTF set
  • Can load user-provided HRTFs
  • Full automation support for creating moving sounds
  • Up to 192 kHz sampling rate
  • Mono or stereo inputs (always stereo outputs)

4. Power Suite 6

 
Power Suite 6
 

Put a sophisticated polish on your productions

Wave Arts PowerSuite gives you five plug-ins that cover the essential aspects of tracking, sound design, mixing, and mastering.

  • TrackPlug is a channel strip plug-in with 10-band EQ, gate, and dual compression.
  • MasterVerb is a multi-algorithm reverb with 3D frequency plot, gate, and multiple early reflections.
  • FinalPlug is a peak limiter/volume maximizer with auto release and noise shaping.
  • MultiDynamics gives you powerful multiband dynamics with one to six bands, vintage/clean modes, and dual-crossover slope.
  • Panorama takes you beyond the limitations of conventional stereo – without using a surround system.

Put a sophisticated polish on your productions with Wave Arts PowerSuite.

Power Suite consists of the following plug-ins:

  • TrackPlug – the ultimate channel strip plug-in with 10-band EQ, gate, and dual compressor
  • MasterVerb – multi-algorithm reverb with 3D frequency plot, gate, and multiple early reflections
  • FinalPlug – professional peak limiter/volume maximizer with auto release and noise shaping
  • MultiDynamics – powerful multiband dynamics with 1-6 bands, vintage/clean, and dual-crossover slope
  • Panorama – 3D Sound Positioning lets you go beyond the limitations of conventional stereo (without using a surround system)

5. FinalPlug 6

 
FinalPlug 6
 

FinalPlug is a professional peak limiter/volume maximizer with extensive bit depth truncation and dither options, making it ideally suited for a final mix.

Tame the peaks a bit, or really squeeze all the volume you can out of it.

The FinalPlug interface could hardly be simpler. Select a desired output ceiling level, say -0.1 dB, and then adjust the threshold level. As you decrease the threshold you increase the volume.

The peak limiter section works by looking ahead 1.5 milliseconds.

When a input peak is detected that will exceed the desired output ceiling, the gain is quickly ducked to let the peak pass, then the gain is restored relatively slowly according to the release time control.

During rapidly changing program material with frequent peaks, a faster release time will achieve better results. During slowly changing material, slower release times prevent excessive modulation distortion.

FinalPlug’s auto release feature analyzes the input signal to determine peakiness, and selects the optimum release time for the program material.

The truncate/dither section is usually used for CD mastering, where truncation to 16 bits can create audible quantization distortion. By adding special dither noise, the quantization distortion can be eliminated, and the dither noise can be spectrally shaped to move it to frequency ranges where it is less audible.

FinalPlug contains a comprehensive noise shaping section which reproduces a variety of commonly used noise shapes.

MAIN FEATURES

  • Sonically transparent peak limiting, use as mastering limiter or volume/loudness maximizer
  • Auto release control for greater sonic clarity
  • Bit depth truncation from 4 to 24 bits
  • TPDF dithering
  • Comprehensive noise shaping options, choose between 12 noise shapes
  • Presets for CD and DVD-audio mastering and track compression
  • Latency compensation, and latency matching when bypassed
  • Up to 192 kHz sampling rate
  • Mono or stereo

6. MultiDynamics 6

 
MultiDynamics 6
 

MultiDynamics is a powerful multi-band dynamics processor useful for mastering, track processing, sound design, and noise reduction.

MultiDynamics provides up to 6 bands with independent compression or expansion per band. MultiDynamics has an elegant and ingenious user interface that makes it easy to edit bands and to visualize and hear what is happening.

Multiband dynamics processing combines the techniques of equalization and single band dynamics processing. A simple application of multiband dynamics is to apply compression or expansion to a specific frequency range.

It is also possible to think of multiband dynamics as applying equalization which is dependent on the level of the input sound. So one can set up an EQ curve for low volumes and set another EQ curve for high volumes.

Another use of multiband dynamics is noise reduction. One can set up multiple bands to do noise gating, by setting the gain to decrease when the signal falls below threshold.

Also, multiband dynamics applied to solo instrument sounds can be used for sound design. It is possible to split up the sound into different frequency ranges, apply compression to some and expansion to others, and dramatically change the character of the original sound.

MAIN FEATURES

  • Up to 6 independent bands
  • Proprietary crossover filter network eliminates amplitude distortion between bands
  • 6 dB/oct, 18 dB/oct and 30 dB/oct crossovers
  • Full featured compressor or expander/gate per band
  • Dynamics controls per band: Lo Gain, Thresh, Hi Gain, Ratio, Attack, Release, Knee
  • Per band and All band control editing
  • Clean (for transparent sound) and vintage (for analog colorization and warmth) dynamics modes
  • Per band Bypass, Solo and Mute controls
  • Comprehensive visualization of input levels and dynamic EQ response
  • Adjustable lookahead
  • No latency if lookahead is off
  • Latency compensation, latency matching when bypassed
  • Up to 192 kHz sampling rate
  • Mono or stereo

7. TrackPlug 6

 
TrackPlug 6
 

TrackPlug is our most popular plug-in, an all-in-one channel strip which features a 10-band EQ, brickwall filters, spectrum analyzer, dual multi-mode compressors, gate/expander, extensive sidechain options, and a peak limiter.

It also boasts Wave Arts’ outstanding sound quality and impressive CPU efficiency.

TrackPlug’s interface has been meticulously designed for visual clarity and ease of use. For example, the EQ interface lets you add a new EQ band by double-clicking, then you drag the control point to change frequency and height, right-click (shift-click on Mac) to change width. Right-clicking on a meter or display axis gives a popup menu of display ranges. Right-click a knob drag to get fine tune adjustment, double-click a knob to revert to default value. And so on.

FEATURES

  • 10 bands of professional, 64-bit EQ
  • EQ band types: parametric, low/high shelf, analog low/high shelf, resonant low/high shelf, low-pass, band-pass, high-pass, or notch filter
  • Brickwall lowpass/highpass filter section
  • Third-octave spectrum analysis display
  • Dual multi-mode compressors and a gate
  • Clean, vintage, peak, and RMS dynamics modes
  • Sidechain EQ support on each dynamics section
  • External sidechain support (VST3, AU, AAX)
  • Adjustable lookahead delays
  • Peak limiter
  • Comprehensive metering
  • Master preset manager and preset manager per section
  • Over 60 master presets, 30 compressor presets, 60 EQ presets, 10 gate presets
  • Latency compensation, latency matching when bypassed
  • Fully automatable
  • Up to 192K support
  • Mono or stereo

Our preset manager lets you A/B compare two different presets or undo the last change. TrackPlug also features preset managers per section so for example you can quickly combine an EQ preset with a compressor preset. Super handy.

Like all Wave Arts’ plugs, TrackPlug only consumes CPU for features that are enabled, so if you just need a few bands of EQ and some compression, TrackPlug has a negligible CPU load. Even with everything turned on, TrackPlug is very light on CPU. We’ve had users report using over 100 TrackPlugs in a single project.

The applications for TrackPlug are virtually endless: shape the tone of an instrument, fix sonic problems, bring dynamics under control, clean up noise problems, add some punch or vintage warmth to a track, de-ess a vocal track, and much more… The outstanding user interface puts the power of TrackPlug under your control.


8. MR Click

 
MR Click
 

MR Click combines click and crackle filtering for cleanup of phonograph recordings or other impulsive contamination.

MR Click has separate processors for clicks and crackles because of the different nature of the contaminants.

We use the term “click” to mean a large disturbance, such as caused by a phonograph scratch or a splice in a digital signal.

The click processor automatically detects clicks and reconstructs the audio signal in the neighborhood of the click to eliminate it.

We use the term “crackle” to mean the high frequency scratchiness you get from dust or wear in the grooves of a phonograph.

The crackle processor automatically detects crackle and eliminates it by smoothing the signal in the neighborhood of the crackle event. The crackle processor also contains an onset detector that will inhibit de-crackling the onset of events like snare hits or cymbal crashes.

MR Click has a scrolling time display that shows all the click and crackle events detected, so you can easily adjust the detection thresholds. There is also a monitor feature to hear the removed clicks and crackles.

MAIN FEATURES

  • Separate algorithms optimized for click and crackle processing
  • Sophisticated detection algorithms for clicks and crackle focus processing on contaminating events
  • Onset detection allows crackle processing to bypass onset events, keeping attacks bright
  • Monitoring feature for hearing eliminated clicks and crackle
  • Comprehensive stereo display of signal level, clicks, crackle, and onset events
  • Latency compensation via compatible hosts
  • Up to 192 kHz sampling rate
  • Mono or stereo

9. MasterVerb 6

 
MasterVerb 6
 

Why is MasterVerb a great reverb?

1) It sounds great. 

The rooms sound natural and spacious. The plates are extremely dense. The decays are silky smooth without annoying artifacts. The reverb is clearly audible without being muddy.

When applied to stereo inputs, the stereo soundstage is maintained with proper balance.

2) It can reproduce a range of spaces.

MasterVerb contains two different algorithms to generate the dense late reverberation: a hall algorithm and a plate algorithm. Each of these algorithms has independently adjustable size and decay time controls, so they can be morphed across a wide range of characteristics.

The hall algorithm is intended for acoustic spaces, e.g. rooms, chambers, studios, halls, while the plate algorithms is for, well, plate reverbs. An early reflection section allows for various early reflection patterns, again with adjustable size. Wet and dry delays allow for pre-delay and other delay effects.

Two three-band EQs are provided: the early EQ shapes the overall tonality of the reverb response and the late EQ shapes the frequency dependent decay. On top of that there is a triggered amplitude envelope which can generate gated and reverse reverb effects. So, there is a ton of flexibility here.

MasterVerb ships with 60 presets which cover a wide range of reverbs and serve as starting points for further exploration.

3) It’s easy to use.

The interface allows you to quickly visualize the changes you are making. A reverb time response lets you see the reverb decay, early reflections, amplitude envelope, and delay settings.

A 3-D frequency response plot shows the reverb decay as a function of frequency. There are graphical frequency response controls for both EQs.

4) It’s CPU efficient.

Considerable effort went into designing the low level algorithms so they could be fully automatable and also extremely CPU efficient. The result is that MasterVerb takes far less CPU than other reverb plug-ins.

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Top 9+ Wave Arts VST Plugins 2021
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