On 12/24/2010 02:53 PM, Q wrote:
that's high! you will almost certainly get distortion in the analog
stages of cheaper playback equipment with a signal that hot. think
> I thought I could do this with normalize/normalize-audio, but it doesn't
depends. that's peak normalisation. what you probably want is loudness
normalisation, which adjusts the levels so that the perceived loudness
is constant across tracks.
in a presentation i heard recently, the presenter played a metallica
single, in direct comparison to pink noise at full scale. the metallica
mix was significantly louder. go figure...
> " --peak
that is a funny definition of normalisation.
> That would be okay, except I want them normalising to something other
like julien suggested, use a standard peak normalizer and then attenuate
by 0.3dB )(if you are sure that's what you want to do).
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