I bump around the Steinberg forums from time to time… I’m a Cubase owner / user, and don’t own Wavelab… But I’m wondering if i should!? Hoping that someone can help me understand this question:
“Can WaveLab automatically find GOOD loops for sustain looping in samplers”
e.g. automatically scan and locate a good loop point in a note of a sampled synthesiser? Ideally do this in a batch group; but I can handle checking each loop manually too… Even tweaking them manually… just anything to speed this process up would be great!!
I would buy Wavelab almost entirely for this feature if it was “the best in the business for auto-loop finding” or at least, “really great at finding loops”…
I’ve searched the forum, and found stuff on this “Loop Tweaker”… but there’s not a lot of info out there for this sort of stuff… only a breif mention in a post or two! I’m actually surprised, because finding a good sustain loop is such a pain…! (Maybe everyone who finds a quick way keeps it to themselves though!? …)
I’m getting “loop finding fever” after working on my latest bunch of multisampled instruments and truly need your help guys!
Any other tips on looping features in Wavelab would be great too…
Your help is appreciated - many thanks,