Now that I'm upgrading my studio as an official business, I'd like to know if the use of Wavelab along with Cubase 7 is necessary? Does its use make a significant difference?
Steve Fogal wrote:Being WaveLab is supposed to be a 'mastering software' I guess you should be asking yourself if you'll be offering a 'mastering' sercice, as well as tracking...?
I've been in pro studio's years ago (when 2" tape was still king) where known recording artists went to...they didn't master, only track. Though they 'did' provide a quick mix to cassette tape...otherwise handed us the 24 track reel that we paid for ... ahead of time.
I'd have to think that if clients were taking their projects to a pro mastering facility, that they (the mastering facility) wouldn't want you fiddling with the project in WaveLab. Which brings the question... how many serious pro mastering facilities take in Cubase projects?
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