Waves MaxxBCL Signal Processor

Becka, Kevin
July 2006
Mix;Jul2006, Vol. 30 Issue 7, p108
The article features the MaxxBCL signal processor from Waves Ltd. in the United States. The product includes Waves Renaissance Compressor, MaxxBass bass enhancer and I.2 Ultramaximizer peak limiter in a feature-packed double-rackspace box. The front controls are accessed via quality LED buttons and knobs. INSET: Maxx Live.


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