I have tried multiple searches on the forum, and can’t find anything to show me that (despite a WaveLab Pro 9.5 review that says you can) WaveLab Pro 10 can take a sample of noise and remove it throughout an audio file. Yes, I’ve got other issues too, but this is the first process before working further. No go here, and the rest is irrelevant.
I am desperate to find replacements for Apple’s ancient SoundTrack Pro and WaveBurner products (last updated in 2009) that mean I have to have a boot of 10.12 for my Mac, but still can’t find anything to edit and clean up a multichannel interview like Sountrack Pro can. Applying any type of processing to one or all of a multichannel file (you aren’t restricted to 2 channels) over a selected area is a breeze. WaveLab is not an easy in interface, even for someone who’s first Steinberg product was Pro24 on the Atari! I have used Cubase a lot over the years, but not WaveLab as earlier on it was a PC only app and I’ve been on Mac when it comes to pro work since 1994.
I’ve got 30 days to decide if I can spend quite a large sum of money on this and get results. My first look at the interface, and I’m struggling to find a way in and get the first task accomplished.
Sorry if it’s a bit ‘ranty’, I really want this to work!
Thanks for any insights.