Just bought wavelab and stumbling around trying to figure out how it works, so i have a few questions.
Windows 10, 128 gb ram, ryzen 9 3950 (16/32), SSL mx4/alpha-link soundcard.
My system saves a stereo track as seperate left and right wave files, i then set up a montage to imported these files which it does as seperate L/R mono tracks, it will play them together but in the inspector on clips any fx processing is done seperately on each individual side. is there anyway to get clips to treat both L/R as a stereo track so i can process with one stereo version rather than having to use 2 mono’s one for each track ? I know i can fx process them as stereo at the output stage of the inspector, is this the way its done for stereo L/R files like mine ?
Despite having many cores i found the cpu meter overloading and in task manager found the last core was getting hammered whilst the other 31 threads were doing very light duties. I have use multicore cpu ticked and tried changing buffer settings to no avail. I have changed buffer to 256 from 128, but was wondering how asio guard affects this i increased it from 25 to 50 today, but what would be a good setting for this ?. Is there any reason why one core is getting hammered ?
I also have cubase 11 pro but can’t seem to open wavelab from within it, the wavelab tab is greyed out, i do believe that i can export a wave file so it open in wavelab for editing.
Thanx any help appreiciated, Hammy