Steinberg – WaveLab Elements 10.0.40 [WIN.OSX x64]

By | September 18, 2020


Year / Release Date: 06.2020
Version: 10.0.40
Developer: Steinberg
Developer site: Steinberg
Bit depth: 64bit
Interface language: English
Tabletka: present | VR (mac requires WIN emulation)
System requirements: Windows 7 / 8.x / 10 | macOS High Sierra, macOS Mojave, macOS Catalina
Intel or AMD dual core CPU, 4 GB RAM, 4 GB free HD space, 1024 x 768 display resolution

Description: Universal audio editor Steinberg WaveLab is a powerful tool for professional editing, restoration of sound files, editing high-resolution sound recordings. The software has a wide range of users – from amateurs to recording professionals and is distinguished by the highest sound quality. The editor works under 64-bit Windows operating systems with standard MIDI controllers such as Steinberg CI, CMC, CC121.
In terms of its functionality, WaveLab surpasses many sound processing programs. The editor provides fast conversion of audio files due to batch processing, creation of backup copies and creation of playlists, development of author’s projects for Audio CD and DVD, as well as the unique ability to add sound effects to an audio file right at the time of its playback.
The open architecture of the program allows users to supplement it with new useful functions.
Steinberg WaveLab Elements is the core product of the WaveLab family, providing an impressive set of instruments that will surely meet your needs while seamlessly integrating into your home studio.

New in version :
It is now possible to delete audio files via the File menu.
The “Revert to Saved File” option no longer renders the application unreliable.
Clicking the preset icon of the Inspector’s plug-in slot now opens the presets menu as expected.
A display issue in the “Audio Regions” section of the File Browser windowhas been fixed.
The “Convert to Stereo” option for envelopes now works as expected.
Restarting playback from the position of the cursor now works as expected.
The reference track now works as expected when the main device port is set to plaback output bus # 1 and # 2.
Importing a video file no longer renders the application unreliable.
jBridge now works more reliably (not officially supported).
The envelope process in the Audio Editor is now displayed correctly.
The “Use Existing Tracks (Create New Tracks If Necessary)” option to place files on separate tracks now works as expected.
MasterRig’s Saturator no longer causes audio glitches in silent regions.
Duplicated tracks now also inherit the audio output routing of the original track.
Zooming in or out via the timeline now works as expected.
The format of timeline clock values ​​has been improved.
MasterRig’s Dynamic EQ now reacts correctly to parameter changes.
The waveform in the “Loop Tweaker” dialog now reacts to loop edits.


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