Wrong consolidation display

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Wrong consolidation display

Post by Bulemy » Wed Oct 28, 2020 3:29 pm


Encountered incorrect display of faders. Before consolidation, the sound wave looks like this, after - differently. I never noticed this when consolidating samples in the Re-pitch or dewarp mode. This is unacceptable because it excludes the possibility of surgical changes to samples at the sound wave level..


what happens to the higher frequency signal is the complete change in the waveform after the consolidation point. Not only does this all not happen in real time, it also does not correspond to what is in reality. I'm confused.

The same goes for resampling and freeze / flatten. Recording in the settings runs at 32 bit / wav, I tried 48 / 192khz

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