Editor: WaveLab belongs to the very first mastering applications available, its history stretching all the way back to 1995. Over the years WaveLab has seen several Milestones in software mastering but, at the same time, has always retained its Focus on its sole purpose: to provide the best workflow and tools for mastering, editing and restoration. From professional mastering engineers working on high-quality CD and DVD productions to music aficionados who are looking to restore favorite records or even create podcasts on the fly, WaveLab 7 provides a plethora of tools which will most certainly meet all requirements and surpass expectations while seamlessly integrating into existing studio setups.
Open to a new chapter
The latest incarnation of WaveLab opens up a new chapter in its remarkable history. By following Steinberg’s cross-platform philosophy, WaveLab 7 runs under Windows as well as Snow Leopard, bringing at length all advantages of its professional tools to the Mac user.
WaveLab 7 offers exceptional tools for professional mastering purposes. The new flexible user interface with its exceptional workspace concept lets you arrange your session exactly as you need. WaveLab 7 also includes a slew of analysis tools that make it easy to Detect and correct errors even when deeply hidden within the Frequency spectrum of the audio material. Great features that help you to assess the mix, such as 3-D frequency analysis, phase correlation and FFT spectrum control round out the massive set of forensic audio tools. A sample rate of maximum 384 kHz together with the extraordinary sonic precision of a 32-bit floating point audio engine fulfill the highest demands in audio quality.
High-end tools for audio restoration
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