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NEWS • Jul. 11, 2001
WaveBurner Pro 2.1 Goes Beta
Test release supports FireWire devices

by David Nagel
Executive Producer

Emagic, the German audio software and hardware manufacturer and maker of the Logic Audio series of products, has released a beta of its WaveBurner Pro 2.1. The beta is open to users of WaveBurner 2.0. The beta is designed to test the functionality of new support for FireWire devices.

In a released statement, Emagic said, "In order to provide support for a broad range of FireWire CDR/CDRW as quickly as possible, we have decided to make our new WaveBurner Pro version 2.1 available in the form of a 'public beta' for registered users of WaveBurner Pro 2.0."

Features of WaveBurner Pro include:

  • Red Book compatible
  • Full PQ Editing
  • CDTEXT Support
  • Recording Function
  • Real-time conversion to 44.1kHz
  • Non-destructive editing within the Waveform Window of Tracks, Pauses, Indices, Level, Fades and Crossfades
  • Audio in track pauses
  • Tracks with multiple audio files
  • Multiple tracks from one audio file
  • First track number larger than 1 possible
  • Supports Copy Prohibit, Pre-Emphasis, ISRC number and UPC/EAN code


  • HiEnd mastering plug-ins integrated
  • Compatible to VST plug-ins

Supported Data Formats

  • AIFF, SDII (also split stereo), MP3
  • Up to 24 Bit/96 kHz
  • Disc image export/import
  • Export the Tracklist as text file

Supported Audio Hardware

  • Audiowerk2 or Audiowerk8
  • SoundManager, ASIO, Direct I/O

WaveBurner Pro requires a minimum Macintosh PowerPC 604e running at 200 MHz; Mac OS 8.6; and QuickTime 4.x. It previously required a SCSI CD recorder. For more information, visit http://www.emagic.de.

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