error correction in wavelab

Discussion in 'Mastering' started by impro, Jun 19, 2005.

  1. impro

    impro Guest

    I started getting a lot of error.10000 for every 5minutes.
     
  2. Ammitsboel

    Ammitsboel Member

    The error is that you smoke too much crack!!
    Get your life together and fix it!
     
  3. TrilliumSound

    TrilliumSound Active Member

    You should go at Steinberg's website for support or give them a call.

    Richard
     
  4. impro

    impro Guest

    No...This is not a steinberg issue.I am sure.Cause It just started to happen.
     
  5. JerryTubb

    JerryTubb Guest

    What does that mean ? Can you use the space bar ?

    Can you better describe the problem ? Are you a Troll ? :roll:


    If you do not change direction, you may end up where you are heading. -Lao Tzu
     
  6. impro

    impro Guest


    I guess I am asking how it is posible in the same audio chain to start having tousends of digital errors?WHat causes digital errors.
    Is something wrong with my converters? Is autotune 4 full of artifacts????
     
  7. iznogood

    iznogood Member

    ttothertotheotothedoublel !
     
  8. TrilliumSound

    TrilliumSound Active Member

    ...and what does this suppose to mean ?
     
  9. Thomas W. Bethel

    Thomas W. Bethel Well-Known Member

    This statement makes no sense. Could you please rephrase it in some language that a typical audio engineer can understand. Thanks. If you are a troll GOOD BYE!!!!!!
     
  10. Ammitsboel

    Ammitsboel Member

    Just accept that you are a crack head, then deal with it!!
    You could for an instance start by clearing out one thing at a time. Start by ckecking the computer, then OS, then Wavelab, then the plugins you are using and etc...
     
  11. ebbnglo

    ebbnglo Active Member

    There is a threshold setting for the error detection in Wavelab. Try adjusting that. Did you use a freeware limiter plug-in on the wave you are analyzing? Maybe digital clipping interpreted as errors from a wave you though was being limited? Just a guess, good luck.
     
  12. impro

    impro Guest

    I did use couple of l2s and one l3 on the output.
    Switched off the noise shaping and dither on the l2s.
    Left only on the master L3
     
  13. TrilliumSound

    TrilliumSound Active Member

    Only a couple of L2's ??? :shock: Why, one was not enough ? :-?
     
  14. impro

    impro Guest

    I used 2 L2s on 2 guitars and 1 l3 on the master.
     
  15. ebbnglo

    ebbnglo Active Member

    Wow. Well, is there an earlier version of the track without the L2's and L3 you can analyze? Honestly, you only should use one L2 or L3, whichever you like, at a time, if at all. The multiple limiters could easily be the cause of your problem.
     
  16. ebbnglo

    ebbnglo Active Member

    to claify: on the master bus, during "mastering"
     
  17. impro

    impro Guest

    on the output bus in nuendo
     
  18. JerryTubb

    JerryTubb Guest

    well I am sorry but I guess what goes around comes around :lol:
     
  19. impro

    impro Guest

    what do you mean?
     
  20. iq

    iq Guest

    Henrik was right... :)
     

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