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Old 11-16-2020, 03:59 AM
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Default Re: Waves 12 wup

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Originally Posted by rossi68 View Post
Hi,

I own some waves bundles/plugins(quite a few really, due to all the sales, I,m weak)
Most of them are v9, some are v10 and one v11

To renew the update plan I need to pay 260$
Is there any big advantage upgrading to v12 over v9?

Anyone knows if there is a difference in cpu usage in the versions?

Rossi
There's been performance refinements. I even think they use the GPU to render the UI as opposed to V9. Then there's the new UI scaling.

Personally, I'd look to trying to upgrade to a bundle instead as you'll also get additional plugins for the money.
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