Here's How To Bring Mid/Side Processing To ANY Plug-In When Mastering in Wavelab Pro 9

Here's an excerpt from the free live video Masterclass on Wavelab Pro 9 from the AskAudio Academy. In this video Matt Loel T Hepworth demonstrates how to easily add mid/side processing to any plug-in!  

In the recent live video MasterClass on mastering in Steinberg Wavelab Pro 9, presenter Matt Hepworth focused his energy on its new mastering features and capabilities. Fortunately, we recorded the entire webinar presentation and made it available for you to watch via the AskAudio Academy. The lesson is packed with some really great useful information - from adding multiband compression and limiting, to loudness metering and exporting completed masters. This 2-hour long MasterClass is not to be missed.

In Wavelab Pro 9 the new MasterRig consists of 6 high quality mastering FX modules, most of which are available twice, that can be loaded in a chain of up to eight slots. Choose from, or mix and match, the Equalizer, Dynamic EQ, Compressor, Limiter, Saturator and Imager. WaveLab has become an irreplaceable tool for audio editors and mastering engineers.

As a taste of the full class watch the highlight video below where Matt demonstrates how in WaveLab Pro 9 you are able to quickly and easily add mid/side processing functionality to any plug-in, whether or not said plug-in has that functionality natively:

Next head over to the Ask.Audio Academy to watch the entire lesson and while you are there don’t forget to sign up and participate in any of our future Live MasterClass webinars this fall. There is a lot on the way!!


Rounik is the Executive Editor for Ask.Audio & macProVideo. He's built a crack team of professional musicians and writers to create one of the most visited online resources for news, review, tutorials and interviews for modern musician and producer. As an Apple Certified Trainer for Logic Pro Rounik has taught teachers, professional... Read More


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