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Hello Steinberg

Discussion in 'Recording' started by capitancarajo, May 17, 2001.

  1. Hi all. I used to be a Sonic Foundry user for a long time, but due to the wellknown downgrade from Sound Forge 4.5 to 5.0, poor Vegas Pro, the appearence of Nuendo, many people have been switching to Steinberg products; me among them. Maybe Acid Pro is still worth keeping but haven't tried ReCycle yet (guess it's kind of an Acid app isn't it?) I've been going Steinberg since some time ago and start to like Wavelab over Sound Forge. Still could use SF plugins plus VST ones. BUT: Why do waveforms' dynamics look diffrerent (drastically) on each one? Nuendo shows the same waveforms I see on SF, but wavelab shows lots of peaks, even after applying additional hard limiting. :confused: I don't get it. Is it a bug? Is it related to certain frequencies or what? If somebody owns both programs, please try opening the same file on each one and see if there are notorious graphic differences.
    Any help will be appreciated.
    All the best.
  2. I have Wavelab and SF. Yes the waevform graphics look different.

    I think the wavelab Grapics are more accurate, and Wavelab zooms in a lot more than SF.

    I prefer Wavelab, but keep SF for the few things it does better.

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