Steinberg Wavelab Elements 10
Steinberg Wavelab Elements 10All New Features
WaveLab 10 continues the evolution of this remarkably flexible product, Including many new features requested by audio professionals to make it more comprehensive than ever before. It now covers every task associated with the mastering process and adds even more innovative tools to maximise its flexibility and use for a wide range of other audio tasks.
Reference Track - A/B Comparison - WaveLab 10 introduces a new track type in the Audio Montage workspace, the Reference Track. This allows you to add a reference audio file and switch playback between the reference track and the montage tracks that you are working on, without any glitches or latency. A Reference Track can be routed to the main outputs, to the Playback Processing Section or to a user-defined reference track output, where unused audio outputs on your hardware can be utilised for playback.
Video playback support - WaveLab 10 comes with video file playback in the Audio Montage, allowing you to arrange, edit and process the audio of a video. Using the same high-quality video engine as Cubase and Nuendo, the imported video file is displayed as a clip on the video track. Videos can be imported by drag and drop into a newly created video track, via the Import in the File menu, or from the Insert tab of the Audio Montage window. If the sample rate of the included audio file doesn't match the sample rate of your montage, you can create a re-sampled copy of the audio. You can also undock the video playback window and resize it.
Extended external effects support - You can now integrate external effect devices into the WaveLab signal flow by setting up external FX buses. Using a combination of outputs (sends) and inputs (returns) on your audio hardware, you can use external effects in the Audio Montage as Clip, Track and Output effects. If you select an External Effect ASIO plug-in as an insert effect for an effect slot in the Master Section, the audio is sent to the corresponding audio output, processed in your hardware effect and returned via the specified audio input to the plug-in. When any External Effect bus is used in the signal path, WaveLab will use the new ”Render in real time” option for rendering. (Note: External effects are not currently supported in the Batch Processor).
- Video playback support (both Pro and Elements versions)
- Extended external effects support (Pro version only)
- Reference A/B comparison (Pro version only)
- Undo/Redo history for audio editor (Pro and Elements versions)
- Multitrack recording in audio montage (Pro version only)
- Montage inspector (Pro and Elements versions)
- Live input audio steam recording (Pro version only)