Sequoia 13 released: High End DAW - Production – Broadcast – Mastering

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  1. TimDolbear

    TimDolbear Active Member

    Feb 14, 2010
    Austin, Tx, USA
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    It is my pleasure to inform you that Sequoia 13 has been officially released and is available for immediate shipping!
    Our website has of course been updated:

    In late fall/early winter we will be releasing Samplitude Pro X2 with many new feature. At that time Sequoia 13 will have a free update that will include any new innovations contained in the Samplitude release. For now a complete list of new feature for Sequoia 13 is below…

    We have also changed the pricing to allow any previous version of Sequoia to be eligible for upgrade. So users as far back as the 1990’s can upgrade for $1795. Also remember academic pricing is 50%off normal. Sequoia 13 is a box version only containing 11 DVDs, and a bound manual. A Codemeter Dongle is included for all new licenses.

    Sequoia 13: Production – Broadcast – Mastering
    Yet another milestone in the development of professional software solutions for audio production, broadcasting and mastering. The new Sequoia 13 offers everything that our professional users need and more! The latest generation of Sequoia sets new standards in the field of high-definition DAWs and offers comprehensive loudness functions based on EBU R128/ITU‑R BS.1771, extensive improvements to the Spectral Cleaning feature, flexible plug-in routing, a real time AAC/MP3 preview plug-in and continuing development to achieve the highest possible levels of flexibility, performance and efficiency.

    · Classical Productions: perfect workflows due to Multisynchronous Cut and Source Destination Cut
    · Broadcast: database integrations and comprehensive loudness functions based on EBU R128/ITU‑R BS.1771
    · Post Production: video import/export and video capture
    · Mastering: 100% sound neutrality & fidelity – transparency, neutrality, spaciousness and retention of transients
    · Restoration: professional tools like Spectral Cleaning and many high-quality effects
    · Object editing: editing at object level – completely nondestructive & real-time

    New highlights – here’s what makes the new version special

    · NEW! Loudness normalization according to EBU R128/ITU-R BS.1771
    · NEW! Loudness Range (LRA) Normalization
    · NEW! Loudness normalization in batch processing, watch folder and database export (DAVID DigAS and SCISYS dira!Highlander)
    · NEW! Quality Integration Services (QIS): Watch folders and process and convert files automatically
    · NEW! True Peak limiter for sMax11
    · NEW! Calculate loudness and analyze audio in file manager - calculated loudness values and their histories are displayed in the loudness meter
    · NEW! Compact display of loudness
    · NEW! ISRC in broadcast wave files according to EBU Tech 3352
    · NEW! Free plug-in routing and multiple usage of plug-ins
    · NEW! Improved mixer/effect routing, e. g. routing is retained even when the workstation being used does not have enough audio outputs
    · NEW! Realtime MP3/AAC preview plug-in for mastering and “Mastered for iTunes”
    · NEW! New functions for Spectral Cleaning, e. g. single/multi-track editing, “calculate” button, ENTER to close the dialog

    Minimum System Requirements:

    For Microsoft Windows Vista | 7 | 8 | 8.1 32-bit and 64-bit systems
    Processor: 1.5 GHz or higher
    RAM: 2 GB RAM (32-bit), 4 GB RAM (64-bit)
    Hard drive space: 1 GB for minimum installation
    Graphics card: 1024 x 768 resolution
    Sound card: Onboard (ASIO-enabled sound card recommended)
    Drive: DVD-ROM drive

    Please let me know of any questions you have.


    Tim Dolbear
    MAGIX N. America Senior Sales Manager
    Sequoia & Samplitude professional digital audio workstations
  2. audiokid

    audiokid Chris Staff

    Mar 20, 2000
    BC, Canada
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    Tim, this looks so awesome. I couldn't help myself , I posted the announcement as well. I'm so excited. I have almost completely replaced my deadly hybrid rig with 100% Sequoia. I don't even use UAD plugins. I need nothing. Its such a complete DAW. Does 13 sound any different? In a nut shell, how would you describe the changes, improvements or what? The "NEW" list is very impressive!
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