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Grizzellda
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Postby Grizzellda; Wed Jan 31, 2018 2:02 am For loud: KClip 3 vs. an audio editor?

Hi, Kazrog!

Just wondering if you think that KClip 3 can provide similar loudness levels as a dedicated audio editor...

I will demo soon to find out for myself, but am interested in your insights as a developer!
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Postby Kazrog; Wed Jan 31, 2018 10:04 am Re: For loud: KClip 3 vs. an audio editor?

It's a circular question. Most dedicated audio editors can load VST plugins. 8)

Typically, though, you won't find a clipper built into an audio editor. Have you tried KClip 2?
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Postby Grizzellda; Wed Jan 31, 2018 4:11 pm Re: For loud: KClip 3 vs. an audio editor?

Thanks Shane, got an older version of Wavelab here and it does have some sort of clipping function...

I'll do some experimenting here with KClip 2 and see what I can get. :hihi: It is easy to get loudness, but I'm considering texture and quality, too.
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Postby Kazrog; Thu Feb 01, 2018 12:49 pm Re: For loud: KClip 3 vs. an audio editor?

You're not going to find as high quality of oversampling or as much variation in clipping style anywhere else but KClip (at least, not that I've ever found - and I've tested tons of software and hardware.) It's the whole reason I made it.

Here's a competitive comparison from the KClip 1 days. KClip 2 has widened the gap even further.
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