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wavelab problem

Discussion in 'Recording' started by turnt, Apr 19, 2008.

  1. turnt

    turnt Guest

    hi all

    I noticed strange thing on my wavelab 6.

    could someone try to reproduce this "bug" ?
    I did it on 2 PCs with different soundcards (RME Multiface and Mytek )


    how to do it :

    1. connect on your sound card ins 1+2 with outs 1+2
    2. use external gear plugin in wavelab 6 (external effects on 1+2)
    3. render audio - make your file to have 1 second of silence at the beggining
    4. zoom first second of audio
    5. is there sometgin strange there ?
    (here is what i get : http://www.plugaudio.eu/mytek/mytek.jpg )



    with the same settings and external connections I do not get this strange
    "bug" on cubase 4 .


    does anyone can confirm it ?


    thanks for help .
     
  2. turnt

    turnt Guest

    here is kind of complete combination of audio and pictures of this bug i get in wavelab:

    try it yourself please.



    CUBASE

    http://plugaudio.eu/cubasenet/cubase.jpg

    WAVELAB:

    http://plugaudio.eu/cubasenet/wavelab.jpg







    SOUNDS :

    http://plugaudio.eu/cubasenet/


    TEST WAVE - is 5 seconds of silence

    cubase wave - is output of cubase file rendered with external gear
    wavelab wave - isresult of rendering in wavelab.


    please zoom results with your audio editor and see the differences .

    do you think its bug ?

    http://plugaudio.eu/cubasenet/compare.jpg


    please opinions
     
  3. Codemonkey

    Codemonkey Well-Known Member

    Looks like some DC offset or low frequency (<20Hz) junk, someone had a problem like this a while ago. If you can High Pass it at 20Hz, great.
    Maybe one version of Cubase does that automatically, and the other doesn't?
     

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