Waves Audio Version 11 Software Now Available

Waves Audio has announced the availability of V11, the latest version of Waves plugins. 

By updating to V11, Waves said users benefit from future-proofing their sessions, ensure continued compatibility with the latest DAWs and operating systems (including macOS 10.15 Catalina), enjoy plugin performance improvement and full technical support and receive new plugins added to premium bundles.

Also included are newly designed versions of the classic Waves Renaissance bundle featuring freshly designed interfaces with three skin choices (Light, Dark and Legacy); real-time frequency analyzer added to the Renaissance Equalizer and Renaissance Channel plugins; a complete rehaul of the Renaissance Channel user interface for more intuitive usage of the channel strip plugin and 700 plus new presets by leading artists.

Waves V11 includes NKS support added to 43 Waves plugins, for compatibility with Native Instruments hardware.  

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