Re: [linux-audio-user] Peak Level Monitor/Limiting

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Date: Friday, March 30, 2007 - 4:29 pm

2007/3/29, Dragan Noveski :

Well, I was assuming you are recording with ardour, timemachine or
some other jack-based app. These use float internally and at least the
first two also save to disk in float-format. Which means that 32bit
are 32bit regardless if you are near to 0 or using the whole -1..1
And as float-format means x.xxxEyy you won't loose any quality if the
. moves forth and back...

But as I said, I prefer hot levels too. And float-format also helps
for this as you don't get overflows in the normal audio-range which
means you can save files where amplitude goes beyond -1..1-range. You
should limit/scale that on playback though...


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[linux-audio-user] Peak Level Monitor/Limiting, Folderol, (Thu Mar 29, 7:58 pm)
Re: [linux-audio-user] Peak Level Monitor/Limiting, Arnold Krille, (Thu Mar 29, 9:18 pm)
Re: [linux-audio-user] Peak Level Monitor/Limiting, Dragan Noveski, (Thu Mar 29, 9:42 pm)
Re: [linux-audio-user] Peak Level Monitor/Limiting, Arnold Krille, (Fri Mar 30, 4:29 pm)
Re: [linux-audio-user] Peak Level Monitor/Limiting, Lee Revell, (Thu Mar 29, 8:01 pm)