MESSE05: Steinberg offer reNOVAtor support in WaveLab 5

seamless integration of acoustic restoration plug-in      07/04/05

Steinberg have announced an upcoming update to its WaveLab audio editing and mastering application that will offer instant integration of the Algorithmix(r) reNOVAtor mastering, sound repair and audio forensic plug-in. The German-based company Algorithmix is a leading developer of state-of-the-art software for sound mastering, restoration, and forensic audio. Its acclaimed reNOVAtor plug-in has previously only been available for higher-priced applications, and as a stand- alone version. With the planned update, Steinberg will provide direct integration for the reNOVAtor plug-in to all registered WaveLab 5 customers. The reNOVAtor plug-in eliminates unwanted noises like chair squeaks, coughs, hits, performance noises, car horns, coins and keys falling down, plosives or ringing of mobile phones while perfectly preserving original audio material. Claus Menke, Steinberg's Head of Product Management had this to say, "The integration of reNOVAtor(tm) further strengthens the position of WaveLab 5 as a professional mastering, restoration and audio forensic application.In opening up WaveLab for integration with this product, we are providing direct access to some of the best audio renovation technology available today." More info:
  • www.steinberg.de
  • www.algorithmix.com


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