Should I remove VST2 support?

Hey observers, While working on a new version of Wave Breaker, I wondered if I could finally drop VST2 support. VST2.4 is an old technology that is no longer available for newcomers to the market because Steinberg, the license holder of this technology, does not sign new license agreements for the use of the VST2.4 […]

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Introducing Wave Breaker

Dear all, I am pleased to announce the release of Wave Breaker, the ultimate true-peak stereo limiter plug-in! It’s available for free, you can download it from here. Wave Breaker is part of this year’s KVR Developer Challenge. If you like it, please consider voting for it. Go to KVR Audio, log in (or create […]

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Change Default Settings in Wave Observer

Hey folks, I have just updated Wave Observer and Wave Observere Pro. The latest versions give you the ability to store your preferred settings to disk. Just click on the new button “store” under the “Settings” tab and the next time you load a new instance of the plug-in you will immediately get your favourite […]

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January 2022 Update: Auto-zoom and more…

Hey folks, I hope you had a great start into the new year with a lot of time for your favourite audio projects! Here is a little update from my end: Auto-zoom is almost ready for release! I was a little skeptical in the beginning of the implementation phase, but after playing with this new […]

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2022 will be golden.

Dear audiophiles, 2021 is slowly but surely coming to its end, and I would like to take this opportunity to express my deepest gratitude. Thank you for your support and the invaluable feedback over the past months. You are awesome! To show my appreciation for your loyalty, I have prepared a little Christmas present. The […]

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Split View

By popular demand, I have implemented a new view mode for Wave Observer called split view. Left and right channels can be separated vertically and inspected individually without having to turn off the respective other channel. This feature was kind of overdue because many users regard it as the standard view for stereo signals. It […]

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