Sequoia 12 is designed to meet the high demands of professional users and represents a new milestone in the development of software solutions for radio broadcasting, audio post production and mastering. The newest generation of Sequoia sets new standards for high-definition DAWs by offering maximum flexibility, performance and efficiency.
With extensive improvements to its unique multisync editing, loudness metering according to EBU R128, enhanced spectral cleaning and constant new developments to its source/destination editing, Sequoia 12 offers professionals everything they need for top level audio production.
Mastering & post production
For post-production, the option to use the audio input from the sound card for synchronizing Sequoia with the local external timecode is also available. AAF / OMF support enables projects to be exchanged between platforms quickly.
After a film has been dubbed completely, Sequoia allows a display copy to be created quickly without the use of any additional additional programs. The video can be exported including the finished mix directly from Sequoia in different formats.
For years, Sequoia has been an integral part of leading broadcast and mastering studios worldwide, including the BBC, German public broadcasters WDR, MDR, SWR, the Vienna Symphonic Library, and Sterling Sound in New York. For sound engineers, music producers, radio journalists, and so on, Sequoia is an indispensable tool for any type of professional media production. Registered users enjoy professional service and customer-oriented support.
What’s new? 64-Bit support
Sequoia 12 now offers the advantages of 64-bit support in Windows systems. In addition to 32-bit 3rd party plugins, the program is now also compatible with 64-bit plugins. A definite advantage of 64-bit environments is the lack of a 4 GB memory limit. On a Windows 7 Professional 64-bit system the amount of useable memory can increases up to 192 GB. Projects that use a range of memory consuming plugins or samples benefit greatly from the additional memory. Sequoia can also be used perfectly in 32-bit environments.
If you installed the 64-bit version of Windows on your system you can use Sequoia as a 64-bit or 32-bit version. The internal VST bridge makes it possible to use both 32- and 64-bit plugins.
Current limitations: 64-bit video functionality only for MXV and WMV.
There are additional features such as integration with broadcast environment (Digispot, David DigaSystem, Scisys diraHighlander), batch loudness normalisation, true peak, video export, DDP player etc. This does not work in the releases of another teams.