Arjan P wrote: Not how it used to be pre Cubase 4 (IIRC), where Wavelab could be integrated in a way that after editing there, the edited file was directly showing in the Cubase project.
Wasn't it the first Cubase SX (CubaseVST32 would be the last to integrate with Wavelab) that lost this feature because of the added feature of multiple undo's? Anyway that is the reason I always read why Steinberg dumped that feature. IMO it was a wonderful feature saving lots of time and LOTs of clicks.
I guess when looking at the big picture, there aren't that many users of both Cubase and Wavelab. In another thread, PG didn't even realize what I was writing about when I was begging for this feature to be returned. It's a Cubase issue not a Wavelab problem.
Imagine, double clicking on a audio part in Cubase, and within seconds Wavelab is open with that very same audio file ready to be edited.
Edit the file in Wavelab, then double click the audio part in Cubase...and the audio file is automatically updated in Cubase within a couple seconds! It was so wonderful.
But alas....workflow features don't sell new units of Cubase anymore. Apparently Loop Mash improvements do.
Windows 7 x64, Wavelab 8, Cubase 7.5 x64, i7, 16g, SSD, 4 monitors, iCon QconPro, 4 TB HD, UAD-2, NI, Waves Mercury, and way too many synthesizers.