Audiofile Engineering Ships Wave Editor 1.4
Minneapolis, MN - Nov 13, 2008 - Audiofile Engineering, an audio software developer for the Mac, is now shipping Wave Editor 1.4. Created for Mac OS X, Wave Editor 1.4 adds new features such as native support for VST effect plug-ins, the ability to diagnose and repair the most common causes of corrupt audio files, and DDP Import functions to freely loading DDP images back into Wave Editor with track markers, indexes, ISRC and PQ codes intact.
Wave Editor 1.4 includes workflow enhancements including DDP MD5 checksums, PQ and Cue Sheet export, keyboard shortcut presets, user-customizable split-file naming support as well as smoother and faster performance, improved meters, and new contextual menu items for even more efficient production.
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