Waves Abbey Road TG Mastering Chain --> thoughts?

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Waves Abbey Road TG Mastering Chain --> thoughts?

Post by logancircle » Tue Nov 27, 2018 5:24 pm

Do you use it?
How do you use it?

Parallel drum smasher?!

The Abbey Road eq plugs have been pretty musical to shine things up, so I'm just reading the manual to Waves Abbey Road TG Mastering Chain.

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Re: Waves Abbey Road TG Mastering Chain --> thoughts?

Post by kslight » Tue Nov 27, 2018 5:33 pm

I don’t use that one, but I use the Waves emi TG12345 on Drum Buss pretty regularly.

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Re: Waves Abbey Road TG Mastering Chain --> thoughts?

Post by joninc » Tue Nov 27, 2018 8:14 pm

funny - i just tried this out for the first time and was impressed with how it can open up the top end on a master in a nice way. haven't done too much with it but seems to have some good potential.
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Re: Waves Abbey Road TG Mastering Chain --> thoughts?

Post by nicholasdover » Thu Nov 29, 2018 1:43 pm

I've been using this for the last couple of months - it pretty much lives on my 2buss with the spreader at 2, the cassette at 7.5 boost, and an MS filter putting sub 110 into mono by cutting it from sides. The limiter in parallel Modern mode does a good perceived loudness boost. EQ has band listen which I'm a fan of. I'm really into it. Not as crunchy as TG12345 which is a very strong flavour, this is far more universally useable.

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