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Old 09-29-2017, 02:26 AM
melloj melloj is offline
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Default Re: Master faders question

If you have mixed too hot and are clipping on some channels simply pull down the master fader. Master faders are 64bit. Massive internal head room. So even though your channels are clipping, they are not actually clipping if your master is pulled down. This only works as long as the audio files themselves aren't inherently clipped.
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