An advanced and comprehensive audio editing and mastering suite that comes with a generous set of audio analyzing tools and batch support.
- Version : 8.5.31 / 9.0.35 Updater
- License :Trial
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :Steinberg Media Technologies GmbH
Note: In order to use the WaveLab trial version, you will first need to request a trial license. Please note that USB-eLicenser is required to activate the trial.
All people have hobbies, and those who like to spend countless hours creating music and obtaining perfect sounds need dedicated software tools to achieve a high level of accuracy. A solution for their necessities is Wavelab, a comprehensive app that provides numerous components and features suitable for mastering, editing, restoration or batch processing.
Although it might seem to be a little bit overwhelming at the beginning, the interface of Wavelab is neatly organized and each menu has a relevant title thus helping users locate each function with ease. Furthermore, each panel can be resized, detached or dragged and dropped to other locations so as to ensure smooth user experience.
For example, one can process several tracks simultaneously or focus on modifying a single one, while also adding it impressive effects. The work area offers plenty of space to allow minute adjustments, once the track has been analyzed.
The software features several types of visual representation of the audio file (including the waveform one), as well as additional tools such as spectrum metering, oscilloscope, spectroscope or phase correlation tool.
On the other hand, Wavelab can also be used to merge several files and burn the resulting one onto a disc (CD or DVD). To make sure the transition between tracks is not abrupt, one can apply real-time fades or cross fades, whereas the clip-based effects and morphing between adjacent clips can help generate a sophisticated outcome.
Another feature of Wavelab is that it supports creating podcasts and also enables users to publish them on iTunes or to the Internet without relying on a third-party app. The integrated templates and the RSS support are meant to simplify the creation process.
To sum up, Wavelab can prove to be of great help to all those who often resort to audio editing and mastering, be they amateurs or professionals. It can be used to perform basic and advanced actions, ranging from joining multiple files to narrowing frequency bands and applying filters.