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that interesting. But on both systems we work with 96khz and 32bit float.
The most stems are about -5dB and normalize after import to cubase.
If you are right than it is more a cubase import problem than an ardour
So we have to make some tests in the studio.
2013/10/24 Paul Davis
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Hi J=F6rn,that interesting. =
But on both systems we work with 96khz and 32bit float. The most =
stems are about -5dB and normalize=A0 after import to cubase.If y=
ou are right than it is more a cubase import problem than an ardour export.=
On 10/24/2013 12:29 PM, Chris Bungue wr=
Thanks, I forgot =A0SND. It's a very long time ago I use it.
We have some problems with very strong digital distortions in some
audiofiles after import them to Cubase and reload the project.
The audiofiles are from ardour3 and I export them with the stem-export
The wavefile is list with a tempo of 120,68 bpm in the in the pool from
cubase, but I have recorded it with 84 bpm.
I hop to find some more information in the header of the wavfile.
since when does a wav header contain tempo information?lots of wav files contain metadata. its just another=
irregardful, wrong tempo detection has nothing to do with distortion.yeah.
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