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April 19th, 2017
Version 9.91 across-the-board update of all Waves plugins.
All plugins now have control mapping for Avid S3 and S6 control surfaces.
H-EQ: New H-EQ Lite components that require less CPU and are well suited for live sound or when processing resources are limited. They do not include the Spectrum Analyzer and Analog sections.
H-EQ: New Solo function – Any parametric band can now be soloed by touching its Frequency, Q, or Gain controls. This provides a momentary check of the band’s processing. For a latching solo of a band, click on its solo button.
H-EQ: New Smooth feature which eliminates noises that can occur while controls are moved in certain older H-EQ versions. When a session with instances of older H-EQ versions loads, ‘Smooth’ will automatically set to Off. New instances of H-EQ in new or old sessions will load with Smooth On.
Nx Virtual Mix Room: Support for up to 6 Nx Head Trackers at the same time.
Nx Virtual Mix Room: Nx Head Trackers can be renamed from the WavesHeadTracker application. The name is permanent and saved on the Nx Head Tracker device itself.
Nx Virtual Mix Room: The Head Tracker’s status color is now also shown in the plugin’s tracking device drop down menu.
Waves Central 126.96.36.199: Support for installing version 9.91.
For anyone having issues with AU validation/loading.
First, check whether the relevant plugin file/s are correctly installed on your computer:
Go to System HD > Applications > Waves > Plug-Ins V9.
The relevant plugin file will be named after the plugin, in this format: [PluginName].bundle. For example, the plugin file for Reel ADT will be named Reel ADT.bundle.
If the plugins you are looking for are not there, install the plugins by following the instructions in this link.
If the relevant plugin files are in the above folders, perform a rescan:
(a) Quit Logic.
(b) In Finder, click on the Go menu, hold down the [Alt/Option] key and click on Library.
(c) Go to Caches > AudioUnitsCache and move com.apple.audiounits.cache to your desktop.
(d) In the same Library, now go to Preferences and move the Waves Preferences folder to your desktop.
(e) Go to Sys HD > Applications > Waves > Waveshells V9 and run the Waves AU Reg Utility 9.6
(f) Click on Let’s Go.
(g) If asked to Locate the Waves Plugins Folder, direct to Sys HD > Applications > Waves > Plug-Ins V9.
Re-launch Logic, go to Logic > Preferences > Plug-ins Manager.
Make sure your Waves plugins are check-marked. If they are not, highlight all Waves listings and click Reset & Rescan Selection.
Create a new project with a supported sample rate, add a track and load your Waves plugins.
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