[ardour-users] export confusion
derek at x-i.net
Mon Mar 15 15:29:32 PST 2004
Just to make my night more confusing, Rezound does not accurately report
the size of the file. When I simply list the directory, the file is the
size it should be. Audacity still thinks its a 32 bit float for some
reason. I will try to burn them to a CD and get to the bottom of this mess!
Unexplained gain is stil in effect, sorry to say...
Jesse Chappell wrote:
> I'm forwarding this to ardour-dev...
> ----- Forwarded Message -----
> Subject: [ardour-users] export confusion
> Date: Mon, 15 Mar 2004 19:08:14 +0100
> From: derek holzer <derek at x-i.net>
> To: "Ardour User's List" <ardour-users-ardour.org at lists.ardour.org>
> Hi all,
> I am exporting some tracks to 16 bit WAV, and once again Ardour has me
> totally baffled.
> First of all, sndfile-info and the native soundfile library in Ardour
> tell me that the files I have exported are in fact 16 bit, but the size
> is totally wrong: 308.7 Mb for a 15:17 min soundfile. That is 32 bit
> size! Audacity is the only app that seems to realize this, and reports
> the exact same files as 32 bit float...
> Second of all, there is some unaccounted-for gain in the levels of the
> tracks. Earlier in the session, I ran the tracks through Jamin with a
> limiter at -0.6 dB. The resulting tracks, when exported, show up clipped
> in any sound editor. Re-importing them into Ardour, I see that they are
> in fact peaking at 0 dB. So then I try exporting them with the mixer
> fader set to -2.1 dB, and the resulting track shows a peak level of -0.3
> in Ardour!
> Any clue how this is possible?
> Using Planet CCRMA RPM for Ardour 0.9beta11.2-1
> Ardour/GTK 0.453.1 running with libardour 0.728.1
derek holzer ::: http://www.umatic.nl
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