Waves SSL 4000 Plugin Bundle Review 2022: Worth The Money For Music Production?

SSL, or Solid State Logic, was created in the United Kingdom in 1969. They’re most recognised for producing professional recording consoles and for introducing the recording industry to fader automation. Today, over 3,000 SSL consoles are in operation around the world, and they’ve been utilised on some of the best recordings ever recorded. The SL4000 series console is likely the most well-known, influencing the sound of the 1980s and 1990s.

The Waves SSL 4000 plugin collection models 4 classic SSL modules from the 4000 Series consoles-

  • SSL G-Channel

Includes the EQ and dynamic control of the original G Series console

  • SSL E-Channel Strip

Includes the EQ and dynamic features of SSL 4000 Series console channel strip

  • SSL G-Equalizer

Based on the 4-band G-Series EQ292 equalizer

  • SSL G-Master Buss Compressor

Based on the SSL 4000 series bus compressors

The irony is that these plugins are now almost as popular as consoles were back then. These plugins are frequently used in the modern music world, particularly by EDM producers. Modern music producers prefer to use a distinct edge and bite to give their productions that little additional kick.

But here’s the thing: this plug-in collection is pricey (although Waves discounts it regularly). So consider whether the cost of adding this particular set of tools to your music studio toolset is worthwhile. The answer, in our opinion, is a resounding yes if you wish to compete in today’s music scene!

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