asked Feb 13 at 13:51 by DubTheFog (10)

Hi, I'm just trying to get my setup working with the daw and I am concerned by not being able to 'see' the audio information within the clips. The audio information is there and when I adjust the gain and raise the audio instrument volume all the way I can see more of the audio information in the clip but it is still barely their. I definitely don't think it will peak. I noticed it after performing a first bounce which was extremely quite; it then became obvious what I see in my clips is very different from the all of the clips I've seen on YouTube, and elsewhere. While playing my external gear, or replaying a clip the sound is fine, but I am concerned that I won't get good mixes without solving this. Can someone provide insight into whether it is my Bitwit settings, the Roland MX-1 I am using to interface, or some other issue? Thanks

Hi @DubTheFog,

Bounce using "Bounce" option when right clicking on the clip. Select bounce pre-fader and this should preserve the original amplitude of the clip.

Hope this helps...

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answered Feb 13 at 18:25 by sticklebrick (359)

edited Feb 13 at 18:27

PS: I also reccomend that you bounce to 32 bit floating point to preserve the maximum quality.

  — (Feb 13 at 18:26) sticklebrick

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