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Old 09-09-2022, 08:05 AM
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Default Re: Intermediate question regarding the use of more than one Master Fader

Yeah, regarding the missing red clipping indicators, I believe that is a fairly recent change and I am kind of on the fence. I recently did some testing and its still quite easy(if you abuse things) to get fuzzy or distorted sound without any red on meters for a visual indication. I've done this long enough that its not an issue here, but there are an entire generation of up and coming users without that knowledge/experience. Kudos for digging in and learning new things!! This place is a constant learning experience
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