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[Musikmesse] Steinberg announces WaveLab 8

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The Steinberg WaveLab audio editor will be updated to v8 in May, an announcement the brand made today at Musikmesse.

WaveLab 8 will be available in two standard and Essentials version. Main new features include the management of multiple monitors/speakers, loudness metering and analyzing, and iZotope and Voxengo plug-ins integration, something Steinberg had already initiated in the latest versions of Cubase and Nuendo.

New features in WaveLab 8:

  • Up to 8 monitor sets management
  • EBU R-128-compliant meters, with a graph, true peak and loudness data normalizing support
  • Plug-in management in a single window
  • iZotope MBIT+ dithering plug-in
  • Voxengo CurveEQ, Brickwall Limiter and Tube Compressor plug-ins
  • Master transport panel for easier navigation in the project
  • New SuperClip concept for combining multiple clips
  • Master plug-in section for storing plug-in chains
  • New audio editing tools: loudness management in audio parts, track lock, trim and split options, auto replay, new commands, etc.
  • Metadata support
  • Waveform zoom with 16-bit floating point resolution
  • Batch processing
  • More than 150 improvements

WaveLab 8 will be available in May for 549€, WaveLab Elements 8 will also be release at the same date for 99.99€. A trial version will also be available, and will require an eLicenser dongle. If you buy WaveLab 7/Elements from March 1st, 2013 and May 2nd, 2013, you get a free grace period. No information about the update prices. You’ll find more information at www.steinberg.net.

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