That's no problem, just leave the fader at 0db.Mark Bliss wrote:Be aware: a meter plug-in on the main bus will be measuring before the main fader.
In other words, the meter is measuring what is going to the fader, not coming out.....
Really? What for?It is often common to insert a gain trim plug-in before the third party meter.
Not sometimes - always.cremley wrote:...
Audacity allows me to put in Peak Limiting (hard limit) and sometimes that will "make it louder."
Limiters don't clip, they compress. A limiter is basically a compressor on steroids. And a limiter most definitely WILL alter the sound.cremley wrote: (...allows me to "clip" the peaks independently of Mixcraft without altering the sound...kinda like a radio station limiter)
Use an LUFS(LKFS) meter for this, it's not possible to maintain consistent levels without metering.cremley wrote:Be sure that your levels are constant...as far as the output from Mixcraft matches what Audacity/playback software you use.
cremley wrote:My 2 cents...
I master in Mixcraft (limiting, effects, etc.) then open the output in Audacity. That way I can see what is really going on
cremley wrote:Rock On !!!
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