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Waves Audio W43
Noise reduction plugin
Ambient noise like hiss, hum, traffic noise, wind and air conditioning can all wreak havoc on a dialogue track, but with the Waves W43 plugin, they're a thing of the past. The W43 delivers high-quality, minimal artifact multiband noise reduction, while adding all the advantages of software. W43 offers easy-to-use, four-band noise suppression controlled by four faders, a global threshold and an "engage" button. It supports multiple simultaneous instances and features true Pro Tools integration, full recall, zero latency, full automation, up to 24-bit, 192kHz resolution, and support for TDM, RTAS, Audio Suite, VST and AU. Also, no degradation of sound resulting from I/O conversion occurs.
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