With three stereo tracks, numerous editing tools and support for many different file formats, WaveLab Elements 8 is the ideal choice for radio journalists. Simply cut out unwanted noise, crossfade between takes or enhance the clarity of speech recordings using clip- or track-based effects — with the upgrade you can do all that and much more.
With the global analysis you can detect peaks, errors, the pitch or bit depth of your recorded files. If that's not enough, the 3D spectrum analysis and the included real-time analyzing tools, Spectroscope, Oscilloscope and VU metering, provide detailed feedback on your audio's quality — and help you achieve professional results.
WaveLab Elements 8 highlights premium restoration tools, including the DeNoiser, DeBuzzer and DeClicker VST 3 plug-ins by Sonnox. With this advanced suite you can remove any kind of unwanted noise, clicks, crackles or hum fast and effectively. Restore old vinyl and tape recordings, fine-tune the recording of your band's last gig or get rid of environmental noise — it's up to you.
WaveLab Elements 8 offers 17 studio-grade effect plug-ins that allow you to increase the quality of your audio material or to change its character. Add some punch with the Tube Compressor, adjust the pitch and tempo or get your tracks radio-ready using the new Brickwall Limiter — there are plenty of options.
The time-saving batch processing functions allow you to convert a large number of audio files in one go. And thanks to the metadata support you can add the artist's name, pictures, copyright, date and more to your files. Plus, the intuitive workspace concept, single-window plug-in management or the auto-replay option are valuable improvements for multiplying your productivity.
CD mastering is more than just increasing the loudness of music tracks and putting these into the right order. That's why WaveLab Elements 8 includes an intuitive burning engine, allowing you to create truly professional audio CDs. Thanks to the thought-out marker management you can accurately define the start and end points or adjust the breaks to your taste.