Sound shaping with an acoustic gitar is a delicate and tricky art. The spectrum of frequencies covered by an acoustic guitar is far broader than that of an electric guitar, and equalizing the signal, ... Click To Read More About This Product
Availability: After finalizing your order for this downloadable product you'll receive an activation key via email. This email will include a product link and directions for downloading.(Credit approval may take up to a 24 hours.)
Notice: OS X 10.11 Compatibility - Click here for more information.
Sound shaping with an acoustic gitar is a delicate and tricky art. The spectrum of frequencies covered by an acoustic guitar is far broader than that of an electric guitar, and equalizing the signal, and finding the appopriate "notches" and the amount at which to cut or boost them is a process that engineers spend a lifetime perfecting. The Waves ACG goes a long way toward solving common acoustic guitar signal management roblems for you.
In the words of the plug-in's designer Tony Maserati, "The ACG is a comprehensive tool to help gain ultimate control and energy boost from a variety of acoustic guitar types. The ˜ACG 1 setting allows you to maximize level and sculpt your top and bottom. ˜ACG 2 setting has more built-in compression for bringing out the subtleties in a live performance. Both have appropriate room settings available to be dialed in at varying levels."
¢ ACG Type: is used to toggle between the 2 effect types.
¢ Sensitivity: controls input levels
¢ Sensitivity LED: indicates the presence of proper levels.
¢ Insert/Send Switch: toggles between Insert & Send modes. NEW!
¢ Punch: controls the œpunchiness of the signal.
¢ Mid: offers control over the midrange.
¢ Hi: offers control over the high frequency range.
¢ FX: controls the amount of signal sent to the effect .
¢ Excite: adds dynamic excitement to the effect.
¢ Dry/Wet: controls the amount of reverb.
¢ Pre-Delay: controls the pre-delay of the effect.
¢ Output: controls the output level.
¢ Meter Switch: toggles meter monitoring between input and output modes.
¢ Meter: displays input or output.