The new Sequoia Pro 17
Optimized design, faster workflow
The new version comes in a sleek, flat design and includes AI-driven functions for unmixing that open up completely new editing possibilities. Discover new, practical workflow improvements such as support for advanced recording formats, improved plug-in integration as well as tools for optimizing timing and for merging different takes.
Steinberg SpectraLayers Pro 10
splits any mix into perfectly separated audio tracks!
The unmixing potential offered by Steinberg has been massively expanded in the latest version. Now powered by AI support, even more instruments can be unmixed, including individual guitar tracks and drum hits. Unmix multi-channel audio into stems or even split multiple voices into separate layers at the touch of a button. Select time ranges and make use of a variety of automated workflows that are custom-made for your goals.
Unmixing: Split any mix into perfectly separated audio tracks.
Improved export function
You can now export your projects in several codecs simultaneously and in several formats such as Surround and stereo. The new, convenient export list even allows you to select several projects at once and have them exported.
ARA2 plug-ins on tracks
ARA2 supports the integration of plug-ins such as Celemony Melodyne and enables the direct transfer of tempo and pitch values as well as volume and intonation, as well as the display and playback of all objects on a track. It's a real game changer for your workflow.
Get the perfect take in no time at all – simply switch between different recordings, select the best sections, and edit them together directly under each track in the project.
Optimize timing in your audio files in no time at all. Advanced time-stretching algorithms ensure excellent sound quality and let you deliver perfect results, fast.
Advanced recording formats
Sequoia Pro delivers crystal-clear sound and massive dynamic range for field recordings, interviews and live broadcasts, with native 32-bit float recording and up to 384 kHz sampling rate.