I'm glad to see Wavelab is out just so I have an 'out' if Audiofile doens't come through with some of the features I'd like to see in Wave Editor. To be honest though, it does everything I need and I have a really good relationship with those guys now, so I really don't feel the need to revisit Steinberg dongle-land anytime soon.CR78 wrote:That's cool to hear. I just love how they laid out the workflow; super smooth and well thought out.Again, damn stable.Tarekith wrote:Studio One is a great app, I was on the beta-team for that, very impressed.
Do you use it now? I know you are/have been a Logic user.
As an aside, you've got to be excited about the just released Wavelab for OSX. Although you're probably still content with Wave Editor(Hell of alot less expensive).
Sorry to the OP for the slight OT.
Actually I'm not using Studio One now, which in a way is kind of dissapointing to me. I need to use Live and Logic too much for business related activities, throwing another DAW into the mix for my own use just seems like a headache. Very impressed with it through, I'd definitely recommend it over Cubase or Logic for anyone looking to go that route.