Danny Hard wrote:
I see, but I believe that Wave tracks bought on Beatport aren't supposed to be editted by Platinum Notes right?
Danny, I use .WAV files myself and we created Platinum Notes to work on them. The consensus is that if you have really good source files (WAVs or uncompressed AIFFs), PN will do an even better job and make the output better.
There's a saying "garbage in, garbage out", and that applies to audio processing. If you put a low-quality radio rip into Platinum Notes, it's not really going to improve it dramatically. But if you have high-res audio tracks going into PN, it has more leeway to improve them.
We posted this on http://www.platinumnotes.com
, and it's true for both MP3 and WAV files: "We bought 500 files from Beatport and ran them through Platinum Notes 4.0. Here's the result:
Corrected 744 cents of pitch
Improved dynamics for 494 out of 500 files
Adjusted volume by 1284 db total
Fixed 1,975,500 clipped peaks"
So don't hesitate to run your WAVs through it, you'll only get better output as a result.