[Ardour-Users] What does the red stuff in this screenshot mean?
arnold at arnoldarts.de
Mon Jun 2 01:18:04 PDT 2008
Am Montag, 2. Juni 2008 schrieb Kevin Cosgrove:
> On 1 June 2008 at 14:25, "Alex Polite" <mylists at polite.se> wrote:
> > What does the red stuff in this screenshot mean?
> > http://blomma.ladjo.ath.cx:3030/open/redstuff.png
> I've been under the impression that red in that window means that the
> signal has clipped. But, in my experience, when I see red there,
> it's always at the extreme edges of the signal window. That's not
> the case in your picture. But, your picture looks like you've got
> the display set to something other than the default, and I don't know
> exactly how to compare your signal to my own.
I don't know how the "rectified waveform view" computes its data to display,
but "if" it is using only the positive part or an average of positive and
negative part, this could very well mean that the negative part of the signal
is clipping while the positive part is not. I would look at the same region
in normal view mode to see what is really going on there.
Also note that the rectified view doesn't show dc-offsets...
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