The Audio Montage environment has been upgraded even further with WaveLab 6, offering new functions such as new fade editing features, batch processing and extended import and export options.
WaveLab 6 offers an advanced new Spectrum Editor with its Sonogram view. This new editing tool allows ultra-fine surgical editing of the audio file’s frequency information, allowing a range of procedures such as removing unwanted noises or frequency ranges.
WaveLab 6 offers a range of new metering and monitoring tools including the Loudness Distribution window and a new Waveform scope display. WaveLab now also supports the K-System metering standard developed by mastering legend Bob Katz.
Audio files in the Audio Montage are shown as “clips.” Each clip is actually a window on either a part or the entire length of an audio file. The selection can be enlarged, reduced or just moved over the audio material (known as sliding). WaveLab 6 now supports the editing of clips over several tracks, making editing of linked tracks in a multichannel project fast and efficient. By pressing the ALT key, changes made to a clip are also made to every selected clip. Any fades already set remain unaffected; volume and pan settings also remain unchanged. A range of grouping functions give a clear overview of the project at all times.