Steinberg has released a new version of SpectraLayers Pro, designed for editing and restoring audio tracks. Compared to the previous version, SpectraLayers Pro 8 has received several new plugins, AI-powered features, and a number of workflow improvements.
One of the new tools of the program is De-Bleed, which allows you to automatically eliminate the signal from third-party sources that got into the track. Other plug-ins include Voice Denoiser, which is designed to attenuate any background noise that interferes with the voice, Reverb Reduction, which can reduce the overall level of reverb, and Harmonics Selection, which automatically selects all harmonics based on a given frequency.
SpectraLayers 8 also received an updated editor, inter-track copy/paste function, and improved support for the ARA 2 protocol. Other innovations include support for working with sample rates up to 384 kHz, optimized Clip Repair and Eraser, sound pattern search function, intelligent AI signal analysis algorithms, dynamic visualization of the editing process.
What’s new in SpectraLayers Pro 8:
- Improved performance (standalone/plugins)
- Faster selection (frequency spectra)
- New grouping layers for mixing, and more.
- New revolutionary audio editing workflows
- Great support for duplicating project/layer
- Other bug fixes and improvements.
The Steinberg SpectraLayers Pro 8 costs $ 400. Discounts are provided for users with a previous version of the application.