Waves Audio Announces V10 Plug-Ins

Waves Audio has announced the availability of V10, a new version of Waves plug-ins.

Waves said V10 users will benefit by future-proofing their sessions, ensuring continued compatibility, enjoying plug-in updates and full technical support. Users will receive new plug-ins when added to Waves premium bundles.

Waves said it is committed to ensuring that Waves plug-ins purchased up to 25 years ago remain compatible with all major DAWs and operating systems and that plug-ins purchased today will continue to be compatible in the future. The update to V10 will future-proof software ensuring that owner's projects remain compatible with all major systems going forward.

Waves said the V10 update is for plug-ins only. Waves applications (StudioRack, SoundGrid Studio, MultiRack, eMotion LV1) remain at their current versions.

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