Discussion in 'Audio Help & Tips' started by Sick Artist Ent, Jan 12, 2006.
What does it do EXACTLY?
scans your audio for a peak
figures out what change in volume would be needed to take that peak to your normalization value (normally 100)
applies that change in volume across the entire song/selection
ex. Let's say you have a song. The loudest peak is -3db. You normalize to 100%. It would be the same thing as increasing the volume of the entire track by 3db.
(at least...that's the implementation in CEP...just a lazy man's volume knob)
^basically. it just moves the loudest point of the song to 0db and moves everything else up accordingly. its good if u like to mix low (around -3db) then normalize. atleast thats what I do
it's useless, that's what it is
if you got FL you can see what it does right in the sampler, hit the normalizer tab and it boosts the whole thing. I just had to batch normalize those Triton samples being sold, they were all real low, boosted the whole set.
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