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Waves Audio Announces IR-Live Convolution Reverb For Live Sound

Convolution-based, using sound samples called “impulse responses”

Waves has introduced the new IR-Live Convolution Reverb, customized for live sound use.

Like its predecessor, the IR1, the new IR-Live is convolution-based, using sound samples called “impulse responses” (or IRs for short.)

Featuring a simple and intuitive interface, IR-Live is compatible with Waves MultiRack Native and SoundGrid platforms, as well as all of IR1’s impulse responses, including those of venues such as Wembley Stadium, CBGB’s and the Grand Ole Opry.

In addition, IR-Live includes samples of the world’s best-sounding hardware reverb units.

The new Waves IR-Live Convolution Reverb will be available soon with a U.S. MSRP of $250 and a special introductory price of $100.

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