Plug-ins must do this in real-time, which is much harder task after all. Quick links. I've never had such problems, however; whenever I've had a plug-in that's audibly clipping it's a limiter on the output and I assume this is because a DAW's output is 24 bit fixed I say use your ears -- when a mic pre or other analog input is being pushed too hard you'll certainly hear it. Also -- and I invite Jarno's commentary about the following, because it strikes me as yet another modern audio urban myth -- I've read a lot of people claiming that plug-ins have a "sweet spot" in terms of what level you should feed them. No problem. Skip to content. Dave S wrote: Hot signals are a legacy of recording in 16bit. IMO we should be more worried about plug-ins doing sampling rate conversions than DAW's off-line conversion algorihtms. For "pre-release" stuff I use Cubase.
Does anyone have any experience of using the TL Audio Ivory Dual Valve Compressor? I owned the Ivory 1 series compressor and felt that it was good but not great. FWIW I had a TL AUDIO C1 for a while, which is from their "high end" valve range.
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› forum › viewtopic. My first purchase was a tlaudio ivory valve preamp with comp & eq.
I have only used on vocals with a rode k2 but it sounded great.
Quick links. I use Voxengo r8brain myself, just to feel better, because I have yet to notice any sound difference. Dave S wrote: You can count me as another yet to be persuaded that all plugins only work properly at a low peak level input.
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As always it's best to use your own ears. Quick links.
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Asus P6T deluxe; Core i7 2. If yer gear ain't breakin down, you aint workin' much. And you're dealing with the rules governing the end-product output. It handles low signal levels well.
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But not really something new, SRC quality have been discussed to death over at gearslutz for many many years. Cubase's SRC's distortion levels are about 1/th of CD audio SDE | Pearl Echo Orbit | Aphex x2 | TL-Audio C Roland TD8/TD5/JV/SC55 | UseAudio Plugiator | E-mu.
If so can someone explain to me in simple terms why?
The problem is cheap gear with poor metering, some DAW's without RMS metering on the inputs or anywhere elseand people who don't fully understand what they're looking at The pertaining document only states that the overload light comes on at -2dBfs to give you advanced warning of clipping my words.
Thanks in advance for the cheerful and great help. If in doubt err on the low side. Privacy Terms.
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This is consistent with the transition filter plot the 1st of the four plots in that same post - at 2 kHz above Nyquist i.
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|Jarno wrote: Distortion figures of all the converters shown there are completely inaudible, except for some of them which may create just audible distortion in very low signal levels.
Dave S wrote: I find it easier for my workflow to start off by setting the trims so that all tracks read similarly on a vu type meter and then work from there with the faders. You can always raise the gain inside cubase. This is consistent with the transition filter plot the 1st of the four plots in that same post - at 2 kHz above Nyquist i.
Hot signals are a legacy of recording in 16bit.