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Re: Digital Distortion

Subject: Re: Digital Distortion
From: Dan Dugan <>
Date: Sun, 29 Jun 2003 18:47:20 -0700
John V. Moore, you wrote,

>I must be missing something. I thought that normalizing just pushed all
>sounds up to the max of the loudest sound. So it raises the entire
>"chorus" up to
>the point where the loudest starts to "clip". So soft and loud things woul=
>still be relatively "soft" and "loud". It is just like turning the
>volume up or
>down. Right?  I sure hope so.

Yes, that's correct, but why should a segment consisting of a soft
ambient sound be raised up to the level of a loud sound?

-Dan Dugan


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