WaveLab 7 looks to Mac for the first time
Steinberg Media Technologies GmbH is looking to a new market with the release of Wavelab 7, the latest incarnation of the audio editing and mastering software, declaring that it ‘sets a benchmark for audio editing and mastering under Mac OSX’.
In the past, Mac users have had less options open to them when it comes to editing waveforms than PC owners – a situation that WaveLab 7 has been specifically designed to address, with the software being made available for Mac OSX for the first time.
However, the developer is promising that there is more to the new version than cross-platform availability, with a feature list that includes a revamped GUI which is described as providing ‘eminently convenient’ handling of audio material across multiple windows, montages and podcasts, with ‘an intelligent docking and scaling system’. Other additions include a new ‘future-proof’ burning engine, a restoration tool package encompassing DeNoiser, DeBuzzer and DeClicker plug-ins by Sonnox, and 30 new VST3 plug-ins.
‘Steinberg’s range of products now encompasses an A-to-Z solution on PC and Mac computers that offers industry-standard tools all the way from music creation, production and mixing right straight down to the final master,’ declared Timo Wildenhain, Steinberg’s product marketing manager for WaveLab.
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