Music Producer, songwriter and Mixer Engineer Greg Wells collaborated with Waves to produce a range of plug-ins the would simplify his most used mix processes. These plug-ins enable users to mix quickly and with intuition. Simply trim the input level into the plug-in so the meter lights up green and move on to increase the effect using the large intensity dial - set to taste in a matter of seconds.
Currently, there are only four Greg Wells Centric plug-ins that can be either purchased as a bundle called the Greg Wells Signature Series or as individual plug-ins from the Waves website.
Greg Wells MixCentric
The Greg Wells MixCentric plug-in is both a mix buss and mastering processing tool. The intensity knob delivers a blend of EQ, compression and harmonic distortion that makes light work of enhancing and shaping the tonality of mixes in a musical way.
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Greg Well VoiceCentric
The Greg Wells VoiceCentric plug-in gives users a straight forward vocal mixing process. By increasing the Intensity you will get your vocal tracks mixed in no time at all. VoiceCentric features three additional effects - Delay, Doubler & Reverb. These effects are great for adding some of your own taste to the process of mixing vocals through VoiceCentric.
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Greg Wells ToneCentric
The Greg Wells ToneCentric plug-in enables users to mix with Greg’s signature harmonic enhancement techniques based on Greg's anolog gear. Plug-ins don't come any simpler than this - increase the main Tone dial and get lashings of rich anolog vibe.
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Greg Wells PianoCentric
The Greg Wells PianoCentric plug-in enables users to change the tone of piano recordings fast. This also features two effects that help to sit pianos quickly in a mix. Moving the central dial will result in either beautifully sounding rich piano tracks or creative sounding lo-fi effects.
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