Latest FabFilter Forum Posts Copyright (c) 2015 FabFilter Software Instruments http://www.fabfilter.com/forum.php en Latests posts in FabFilter's public support forum info@fabfilter.com Sat, 28 Mar 2015 23:56:57 GMT Sat, 28 Mar 2015 23:56:57 GMT http://www.fabfilter.com/ FabFilter ../images/logo.gif 31 88 FabFilter.com http://www.fabfilter.com//forum/2398/limiting-on-tracks#comment7858 (Comment on) Limiting on Tracks Sat, 28 Mar 2015 23:56:57 GMT Thank you! That's awesome! http://www.fabfilter.com//forum/2398/limiting-on-tracks#comment7857 (Comment on) Limiting on Tracks Sat, 28 Mar 2015 10:32:38 GMT Yes, I assume that saving them as float will keep the overs, but the potential problem with saving them as 24/16 WAVs is that you will inevitably have clipping, since those WAVs can't store anything above 0 dBFS, so in a way you're hiding the problem rather than solving it. On the other hand I say "potential problem" because how much of a real problem that clipping is depends very much on the specific material. I use clipping (sometimes soft, sometimes hard) routinely on individual tracks ... http://www.fabfilter.com//forum/2398/limiting-on-tracks#comment7856 (Comment on) Limiting on Tracks Fri, 27 Mar 2015 15:44:35 GMT Cabirio, Thanks for your elaborate multi-part response! You certainly cleared up two suspicions I had for awhile now. First, that DAWs use internal processing that can be different from what is seen. Second, the practical reason we reduce the overall output. I already export as WAV with -0.3/-1 and IPS when preparing for online distribution, but I never knew the real consequences of not doing so until now. Do you think that when I convert the 320 MP3 to WAV and save it as a 32-bit ... http://www.fabfilter.com//forum/2404/multiple-side-chains-with-pro-c#comment7855 (Comment on) Multiple side chains with Pro-C Fri, 27 Mar 2015 09:22:09 GMT Hi Fabfilter Apologies i forgot to activate the side chain. Problem solved! http://www.fabfilter.com//forum/2404/multiple-side-chains-with-pro-c (Topic) Multiple side chains with Pro-C Thu, 26 Mar 2015 17:47:40 GMT Hi fab-filter, In a windows 7 64 bit environment a Cubase 8.0.10 build 427 DAW is run. Goal is to mix a band with multiple side chains using fab-filter Pro-C. One side chain is running. On a kick track an insert with Fab Pro-C is placed. The Pro-C plug-in is set to external side chaining. The side chain track is a bass. The direct out of the bass track is routed to the side chain track of the fab filter pro-c plug in. Now the kick en bass are working together. Goal is a second side ... http://www.fabfilter.com//forum/2397/pro-l-2#comment7854 (Comment on) Pro-L 2? Thu, 26 Mar 2015 10:24:59 GMT I still think the Pro-L is at the top of its game! http://www.fabfilter.com//forum/2400/au-plugin-type (Topic) AU Plugin Type Thu, 26 Mar 2015 10:23:00 GMT Hi there, Could the 'type' of FF plugins be changed for Logic Pro X's Plugin Manager from 'MIDI-controlled effect' to 'effect'. Annoyingly the plugin manager is categorising these plugins as instruments rather than effects. More of an aesthetic issue than anything else, but plays havoc with you newly categorised folders lol Cheers, Paul http://www.fabfilter.com//forum/2399/volcano-time-to-level-up (Topic) Volcano - time to level up? Wed, 25 Mar 2015 20:12:52 GMT :) I think you guys have set the bar to high now! Seems to me Volcano is kind of dragging it's heels. Awaiting the awesomeness!!! http://www.fabfilter.com//forum/1527/pro-q-pitch-shifting-eq#comment7853 (Comment on) Pro-q pitch shifting eq Wed, 25 Mar 2015 14:22:40 GMT key tracking sounds good to me, I think having the frequencies controlled by a midi track should do the trick. http://www.fabfilter.com//forum/2398/limiting-on-tracks#comment7852 (Comment on) Limiting on Tracks Wed, 25 Mar 2015 11:34:14 GMT Sorry again, I just realized I didn't actually answer your question, I need more coffee! Depending on what you're doing with that track, this isn't particularly worrying since your DAW is using floating point internally, but if you do want to avoid it for gain staging reasons or whatever, you could simply put a gain plug-in before Pro-L, reduce it until Pro-L isn't showing any gain reduction at all and then you can safely remove Pro-L.