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Steinberg WaveLab Elements Pro deal discount

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Steinberg is celebrating 25 years of its Wavelab mastering software with a whopping 50% discount on WaveLab Elements and WaveLab Pro. The offer is only good for the rest of today, October 7, so act fast and secure yourself a bargain!

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WaveLab Elements and WaveLab Pro – 50% discount

There is nothing needed to take advantage of the discount. The prices of WaveLab Elements and WaveLab Pro are already reduced – down to EUR 50 (from EUR 99) and EUR 250 (from EUR 499), respectively. Simply add your desired WaveLab edition to your shopping cart and complete your purchase. You can do so using the widgets below.

WaveLab 10 – What’s new?

Let’s have a closer look at the most important new functions:

  • Reference Track A/B Comparison

Switch between reference and montage track playback without glitches or latency. Obviously, it’s great to have a quick way to do this when mastering against a reference.

  • Video playback support

Arrange, edit, and process the audio track of an imported video file while seeing it displayed as a clip. Video was never a priority of WaveLab’s development, but it’s nice to see this addition (even if it’s a bit late).

  • External equipment integration

WaveLab 10 lets you set up external FX buses to use external processors such as Clip, Track, and Output effects. There’s a new External Effect ASIO plug-in which configures send and return audio between your computer and hardware. Currently, external effects are not supported within the batch processor.

  • Support for external editors

In Version 10, you can use external audio editors to edit an audio file or audio clip range within WaveLab, non-destructively. Up to three external editors are supported.

  • Undo/Redo History for the Audio Editor

Steinberg has worked a “completely new” undo/redo edit history system into the Audio Editor workspaces. The system tracks versions representing entire wave files, not just edits. This way, it’s possible to recover earlier versions of the edited parts without losing changes made to the rest of the track.

  • Effect Tool Window becomes Montage Inspector

The Effect Tool Window has been redesigned to become the Montage Inspector. It is divided into dedicated Clip, Track, and Output Inspector sections, with tabs for Effect, Gain, and Slot. The handling of plug-ins and related functionality is now consistent with the Master Section.

  • Record Live input

With WaveLab 10, you can record live audio through the Master Section and optional plug-ins or external effects. Recording is limited by the available audio inputs and system performance. This way, you can record multiple tracks with different plug-ins and in different output file formats.

  • Other features

An overhauled Audio Montage window, non-destructive Inline Editing, real-time rendering with audition, import markers from XML file, VST plug-in support, and playback performance improvements.

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