Acoustica Greg wrote:This is the first time I've heard that Waves Tune Native is "the best."
It surely can't be any worse than Melodyne. I've been finding people in various other forums confirming my findings about Melodyne, that it does destroy the fidelity and life of whatever goes into it. The consensus I've found is that Waves-Tune is better, more natural, and it produces less artefacts.
Acoustica Greg wrote:We would have to implement an option to have Mixcraft act as a Rewire slave, and we don't currently have plans to do that.
It was promised that Waves Tune would be made compatible with Mixcraft 6 through the implementation of Rewire, but now it seems that Mixcraft's Rewire feature wasn't even tested on Waves Tune at all, otherwise the incompatibility would have been realised. Yet even now there are no plans to resolve this issue, despite the fact that the Acoustica website claims that Mixcraft Rewire will allow Rewire-compatible music software to be used with Mixcraft itself. Under these circumstances I would have thought this issue should be given higher priority, hopefully before anyone else splashes out hard-earned money on Waves Tune and then finds Mixcraft unable to live up to its promise. There are laws in the European Union that act against that.