Ha ha, no, don't panic .... you just need to rethink your workflow! Basically, to restore a record the first thing to do is capture it (i.e. record it) into a file in it's entirety and save it. Processing takes place as a subsequent step .... you'd set up your declicker etc., which you'll be able to audition in realtime as you play the file with the plugins in the master section, and then render to a new file. That way you keep the original, so you can always go back to it. Especially if you're new to this, you will want to return to try again as your skills develop. In the same way as an experienced Photoshop user can always spot the "first efforts" of a beginner, you'll want to redo old restoration jobs in a few months time, so best to save the "pristine" original!Dave Cawley wrote:Then this makes Wavelab 8 Elements completely useless ?
Guys, you are missing the point ! The Cedar racks can do this.
At the risk of appearing flippant, it is actually the best and definitive source of information .... but the key concept is this, from page 226 of the Elements manual:Dave Cawley wrote:I suppose I could RTFM
But, before I go, one question. Using Photoshop language, how to I save and load what I would call the Workspace, that is all/some of the windows and functions in their new physical positions my actual settings. This too would be so good !
PG wrote:This is only possible in WaveLab.
There was uproar when WaveLab 7 was released and no longer contained a printed manual, but really, the manual is just a reference, and doesn't contain much instructions on how to carry out specific tasks, beyond what's already in the online help. There's no indication of what is the best or recommended workflow for a given use case, and indeed it could be argued that there could never be, given that the application is already so complex and flexible; "Word" syndrome, to an extent.Dave Cawley wrote:I'm going to print the manual, I think ? But then again on every occasion it has failed to give me the answer to the question I wanted to know.
MrSoundman wrote:There was uproar when WaveLab 7 was released and no longer contained a printed manual
Dave Cawley wrote:The manual is no more that a list of commands and what they do. It doesn't tell you how to do things. Or why to do things. No examples either.
Arjan P wrote:Dave Cawley wrote:BTW, PG (the Wavelab developer and master mind) suggested the plugin 'External Gear' earlier in this topic. Might be worth looking at.
But I'm not using any external gear ????? ( on this system, at this location )
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