Steinberg WaveLab Elements 8
Steinberg WaveLab Elements 8

WaveLab Elements 8, Digital Audio Editor from Steinberg in the Wavelab series.

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babaorum's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" an indispensable tool"

Steinberg WaveLab Elements 8
Installation without pb.
However, the plugin configuration is a bit tricky, board, try to have a minimum of plugins folder, otherwise it will take a little tweaking to get them all, so I just put an 8 on the implementation employed. But once all your plugs are recognized it rolls.


on my asus P6T Deluxe PC config v2 - 12 GB RAM - 1750 TB HDD - SSD 250GB + SSD 32 GB - graphics card geforce 650 Ti 2GB RAM - sound cards Pulsar + Luna creamware / sonic core windows 8.1 pro 64 bits.
no pb everything works well and is very stable under wavelab element 8 64bit.


Since version 7 I use it with happiness.
You can edit the sample to close it enough? :))
functions 'normalizer' and 'clear the timing delay CC' are brought to bear on each of my pieces.
We can fix the CD and edit all parameters + burn and it works without flinching.
It can scan files from every angle with a lot of parameters (ridges, loudness, hauteru etc ...) and 3D analysis is valuable to see the frequency balance in the title.
4 slots for VST effects, including the effects are very good (including a great pack of Sonnox denoiser / DeBuzzer / declicker).
You can make podcast too. And a comfortable number of formats is recognized and exportable.
Only regret functions to the EBU loudness standard 128 are arranged in the big brother version of Wavelab short.
Against by any free plugin doing this work can be inserted but eats a kick slot.
All my pieces go through wavelab element, the final step that will paste the polish enough to compete with the pro mastering.
Batch processing has resurfaced in the 8.0.4 release (just a patch to install) because in version 8.0.2 it was not reimplemented (although it was present in version 7), therefore chromium nickel !