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Old 04-10-2007, 03:25 AM
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Default ANYONE USING PRO TOOLS 7xx AND WAVES 5 PROCESSORS?

I was hoping someone could send me a template session showing how they configured their Waves processors.. I am curious to know how the PROS configure their settings like reverb, compression, EQ, etc..

Plus, is there anyone using Waves L3 on a master track? I am wondering if I am bounching my audio correctly!

If you are kind enough to send me some files my email address is: Johnny916@aol.com
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