Mixdown bad quality?

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Re: Mixdown bad quality?

Post by Acoustica Greg » Fri Jun 03, 2016 2:48 pm

Hi,

If the files sound fine when you load them back into Mixcraft, it indicates there's something funny about the playback outside of Mixcraft or maybe you're using a different playback device? You say that you don't have any audio enhancements turned on in Windows, but it really seems like you do. Right-click on the small volume control in your Windows taskbar, select Playback Devices and then Properties. On the Enhancements tab, does it look like this?

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What's your playback device in Mixcraft? What's your default playback device in Windows?


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Re: Mixdown bad quality?

Post by msnickybee » Fri Jun 03, 2016 2:54 pm

Ryan
What have you recorded in this mixcraft project? Guitar? Are any of the recordings 96k/32bit-float? (check the "Sound" tab).
Basically, try creating a WAV master like has been suggested here (but not 44k like you've tried) mixdown to a 96k/24bit file. Then create a new project, import just this one sound file, and mix this master down to your takeout format...FLAC? mp3? and let us know?
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Re: Mixdown bad quality?

Post by aj113 » Fri Jun 03, 2016 5:29 pm

Whatever the solution is, it's nothing to do with Mixcraft.

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Re: Mixdown bad quality?

Post by ruhestrom » Sun Jun 05, 2016 12:53 am

try winamp..seems to be the best free music player still after almost 2 decades :)

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