justin = { main feed , music , code , askjf , social , pubkey };
Ask Justin Frankel
No reasonable question unanswered since 2009!

Suggested topics: programming, music, sleep, coffee, etc.

Note: please do not ask questions about REAPER features, bugs or scheduling, use the forums instead.


Name: Ask: Human (enter yes):
[back to index] | [unreplied] | [replied] | [recent comments] | [all]

Question: I am extremely sorry to ask this question directly .... but I have a huge respect to you since you are a hardcore audio geek and musician. In a process of normalizing dose it negativly affect audio quality? (Dose normolizing damage audio quality? )
Asked by Erick (172.250.71.x) on July 1 2018, 1:01pm
Reply on July 1 2018, 3:25pm (edited at July 1 2018, 3:26pm):
    Assuming that:
    1. The signal is not otherwise processed
    2. The output bit-depth is equal to or greater than the input
    3. Applying a non-negative gain to the signal
    4. The output signal does not clip

    In this case, if you apply gain, you can apply the reverse amount of gain and get the exact (bit-for-bit) signal back. So it should not damage the audio in any way.

Comment:
    Your Name:   -- Site Owner's Name:  (for human-verification)

    Comment:    

    
  
[back to index] | [unreplied] | [replied] | [recent comments] | [all]
Copyright 2018 Justin Frankel. | RSS