Last year Waverazor from Media Overkill (Mok.com) won best plug-in award. Its unique synthesis method and good looking GUI got us excited. Since then developer Taiho Yamada (he was the guy behind the M-Audio Venom) has been working on the editor version which has a massive amount of editing options - he counted over 12,000 parameters in a fully maxed out patch.
Waverazor is currently available at an introductory price of $75, this will increase to $150 when the editor is released. Existing Waverazor owners will get the editor as a free update - so buy now and save 50%!
The editor version is expected to be available in March 2018 via Tracktion.com
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