Waves Doubler
Waves Doubler

Doubler, Software Chorus from Waves.

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moosers 03/12/2010

Waves Doubler: Produktbewertung von moosers (content in English)


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The Waves Ltd. Doubler is essentially a chorus plug-in that comes in formats of all types. The plug-in is found in almost every Waves bundle, so if you've got any of their bundles, chances are that you have this one. It shouldn't be hard to install whichever bundle you're installing when you install this plug-in. I don't know if the plug-in is available as an individual plug-in as I got in a bundle myself. The plug-in will actually show up as two separate plug-ins in your audio suite - Doubler 2 and Doubler 4. They're the same except that, as you might have been able to guess, Doubler 2 is a stripped down version with only two voices to work with. Either way, the interface is virtually the same, with each of the voices of doubling giving you control over gain, panning, delay, feedback, octave, detune, depth, and rate. You also have control over the original voice, with parameters for gain, panning, alignment, feedback, range, and modulation. There's also an overall gain control slider and a few graphs to help you see it all visually. I haven't had a look at the manual for this plug-in.


I'm currently running the Waves Ltd. Doubler plug-in on my system at home, where I'm running the newest version of Pro Tools, Pro Tools 9. I'm running it on a Mac Book Pro lap top that has a 2.2 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and 4 GB of RAM. I've got Pro Tools running with a Digi 002R audio interface or I run it standalone. I can't say that I've ever had a problem running this plug-in within this system as I've only had a need to run one or two of them at once at most...


The Waves Ltd. Doubler is overall a pretty sweet sounding plug-in that gives you a lot of control to work with. It's nice to have a stripped down version of the plug-in in the Doubler 2, and the option to have more control with Doubler 4, both of which come standard with Waves Doubler. The sound in general is silky smooth and full, but it's really about what you do with it since there is so much control and so many possibilities. It's a Waves' plug-in so you know you're getting the top signal processing technology inside the box here. Again, not sure if this plug-in is available as an individual, but if you have any Waves bundle you should have this one, so definitely give it a shot if you haven't yet.