I have two things that I’d like to see adressed a.s.a.p.
1) Organizing plug-ins.
Yes I have tried to follow the instructions on page 592 in the manual. It’s very messy. I suggest you take a look at how things are done in Cubase Pro. This is how it should be done!
2) Playback plug-ins
Another thing that the WaveLab team can learn from the Cubase team is in how to handle Playbsck Processing plug-ins.
In WaveLap Pro, the same plug-ins are used regardless of which speaker outputs are selected. In Cubase Pro, on the other hand, each speaker output can have their own plug-in sett-ups.
This is very important if I want to use an aoustics application, such as Sonarworks. In Cubase, I can have two separade instances of the Sonarworks plug-in (with separate speaker profiles) running “in parallel” and automatically switch between them when I switch speakers. In WaveLab Pro (where it matters the most) I can’t.
It’s useless to be forced to use the “wrong” speaker profiles. This is not acceptable for a professional mastering application!
Please fix this.