WAVES DUMPS ILOK

Waves Audio Ltd. launched its campaign to get users to upgrade to version 9. The company is one of the last to add native 64bit processor support to its software and still finds itself playing catch-up months after the release of AVID’s new plugin format AAX. Users who recently shelled out up to $80 for the new version of the iLok around Christmas so they could pay an unprecedented upgrade price for AVID’s PROTOOLS may be left feeling a little unwelcome again. While Avid and Waves are not the same entity, the close working relationship can’t be ignored. Personally, I hate the iLok but I hate online licence management worse. When I want to use my product, I don’t want to deactivate one machine and reactivate another. Well for this, Waves gives you the opportunity to plug in yet another dedicated USB device that can hold your software licences. Great… but… isn’t that what the iLok was for?

 

Waves V9
Featuring 64-bit support, faster scanning, faster loading, and faster processing, Waves Version 9 opens up new dimensions
of high performance plugin power.V9 also marks the introduction of our new easy-to-use activation system, Waves License Center, ushering in an era of simplicity, flexibility, mobility, and security.And with new V9 plugins added to our Gold, Platinum, Diamond and Horizon bundles, there’s never been a better time to renew your Waves Update Plan coverage.

 

Waves V9

  • 64-bit support
  • No iLok required
  • Easy activation to computer or USB flash drive
  • Move and manage your licenses via USB flash drive or License Cloud
  • One-click license recovery for lost or damaged devices
  • New plugins added to premium bundles

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