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Steinberg Wavelab 9.5 released

Postby Guy Rowland » Oct 24, 2017 12:54 pm

https://www.steinberg.net/en/products/w ... start.html

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New features at a glance

Modern Spectrogram offering a customizable view, color schemes with presets, display settings, psychoacoustic scales and more
Brand-new Wavelet display for a more accurate visual representation of the musical content of an audio file

State-of-the-art Spectrum Editor with a whole new set of tools and functionality to surgically edit in the Spectrogram
Patent-pending Audio Inpainting technology to recreate and/or replace corrupt audio material by logically using the spectral information of the surrounding area

Redesigned Error Correction tab for straightforward and easy detection and correction of clicks and errors

New RestoreRig plug-in suite including a DeClicker, DeCrackler, DePopper, DeNoiser and DeBuzzer

Live Spectrogram for real-time visualization of the spectral information of a signal during recording or playback
Revamped plug-in set including new batch processing modules, enhancements in MasterRig, a GUI redesign in most dynamic-effects as well as new processing algorithms

Apple Touch Bar support for easy and direct access to your favorite tasks and functions at your fingertips
Further improvements including high DPI support, bleep censor generator, gapless MP3 rendering, iXML track name support and much more


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Re: Steinberg Wavelab 9.5 released

Postby Raymond_Kemp » Oct 25, 2017 6:32 pm

Nice update.
A quick trial using RestoreRig on a digital recording from a kpm LP from 1970 proved to be very clean sounding without too much loss on the original balanced mix.



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Re: Steinberg Wavelab 9.5 released

Postby Guy Rowland » Oct 25, 2017 10:13 pm

Raymond_Kemp wrote:Nice update.
A quick trial using RestoreRig on a digital recording from a kpm LP from 1970 proved to be very clean sounding without too much loss on the original balanced mix.

Ooh could you post a short A/B, Ray?


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Re: Steinberg Wavelab 9.5 released

Postby Raymond_Kemp » Oct 26, 2017 6:10 am

If I get a chance today Guy, I’ve been out of town for a couple of days and now I’m in the middle of organising a new central heating system in my mother’s home.



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