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by David Carpenter Wind Core; Tue Jan 22, 2013 11:16 am
For instance is it acceptable to render a sample 3 times? I can't tell a big difference between 1 and 3 doesn't seem to be anything lost however it doesn't sound exactly spot on the same.
I am rendering 24 bit 44Khz 192 sinc better setting wav file in reaper it isn't the highest/slowest rendering setting. Should I be rendering at the slowest setting to optimize quality.
I guess my question is should it try and render everything at once or not be too concerned with rendering a couple times. Any insight or help on this would be much appreciated and thank you in advance.
by David Carpenter Wind Core; Wed Jan 23, 2013 7:32 pm
I was just looking for a bit of advice on rendering. I usually try to get everything in one go but I am trying something a little different.
by padillac; Wed Jan 23, 2013 7:36 pm
besides, if you're in a DAW then the samples are probably pretty dang hot anyway. If you've got something peaking at -6db in the DAW and run it through an analog VU meter, you'll see a lot of yellow lights blinking...
by David Carpenter Wind Core; Thu Jan 24, 2013 4:52 pm
I am making my samples max out around -7 db so nothing is reaching -6 which is loud as heck through my headphones and monitors. I can't imagine needing more loudness.
Thanks for the reply helped to put me at ease rendering a few times.
So far I think I am doing everything right on the recording and processing end. All dynamic levels and pans are in line and no more than 2 cents in pitch at max mostly zeroed.
Thanks again for the response.