Thanks Stingray, I appreciate you telling me how to use the simple plugin, because I never would have remembered that, and even checking the manual didn’t remind me of that.
I didn’t know, but it’s the same plugin that’s in Cubase. If only there was a “generate” button on it, it would be so much easier and more intuitive like other programs.
I use the normal Wavelab generator like you do, opening the sine factory preset and modifying the frequency. But you have to modify the frequency in like 4 places, which is not intuitive, and overly complicated. The TestGenerator plugin just has a slider and common buttons to easily get any frequency.
The TestGenerator plugin would be ideal IMO if you could just hit a generate button, but I guess they’re not going to modify an existing Steinberg plugin for Wavelab. But It really should be one of those things a new user would already know how to use without problem.