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Waves releases The JJP Collection

Waves PuigChild 670

Waves has released The JJP Collection, a collection of precision-modeled plug-ins of some of the most sought-after pieces of gear in audio history: The Fairchild 670, the Pultec EQP-1A, and the Pultec MEQ-5.

When JJP (Jack Joseph Puig) requires the perfect sound, he turns to these studio legends. Now, Waves has precision-modeled these rare pieces and captured every detail of their rich harmonic complexity.

Jack Joseph Puig Collection features

  • PuigChild 660/670 Compressor/Limiter – Lateral Vertical Mode (MS Compression) for Optimal Stereo Imaging, Linked & Unlinked Modes.
  • PuigTec EQP-1A Program Equalizer – Unique resonant low shelf boost.
  • PuigTec MEQ-5 Midrange Equalizer – Midrange complement to EQP-1A.
  • Digidesign Icon support.
  • Up to 24bit, 96kHz resolution.
  • Mono and Stereo components.
  • Supports TDM, RTAS, VST, AU.
  • PC and Mac compatible.

The JJP Collection is available in TDM format for $1600 USD, and a native version costs $800 USD.

Visit Waves for more information.


EastWest previews Forbidden Planet and Quantum Leap Goliath

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EastWest Forbidden Planet

EastWest previews Forbidden Planet and Goliath at NAMM 2008.

Forbidden Planet is a virtual sample-based synth collection of more than 1,000 cutting-edge presets which allows users to combine, morph, process and modulate sample-based sounds in any way they desire.

Geared towards film, TV and game composers as well as hard-driving electronica, gothic punk, industrial and ambient composers, Forbidden Planet will “wow” composers with sounds that jump out of their speakers, and ease-of-use that will quickly make it an industry favorite, Forbidden Planet gives users the best of both the analog and digital worlds. The collection offers more than 1000 presets that are based on sampled analog waves, modulators and sampled filters recorded through a custom Neve 8078 console and vintage Fairchild 670 compressors. For added variety and flexibility, Forbidden Planet offers parallel programs using the unprocessed analog waves and all of the digital filters, modulators and fx. Additional presets are provided by Troels Folmann and other leading sound designers.

Quantum Leap Goliath

Quantum Leap Goliath encompasses the entire Colossus collection plus 8 Gigabytes of new content.

With Goliath, users will now have more than 180 high-quality instruments and more than 600 patches including drums and percussion, guitars, basses, acoustic and electric pianos, keyboards and mallets, pop brass, orchestral instruments, choirs and vocals, ethnic instruments, new age ensembles, morphing atmospheres, synth basses, synth leads, and synth pads — all at their disposal.

As part of the additional content, Goliath features the full collections of sounds from the EW/PMI Bösendorfer 290 Piano collection.

Visit the EastWest NAMM 2008 page for detailed information on Forbidden Planet, Quantum Leap Goliath and other EastWest products (including SD2 and QL Pianos).