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The crackling noises after normalising sound like clipping.  You could 
visually inspect (by magnifying) the waveform peaks both before and after 
normalising. Have you tried normalising but minus a few db's?

Tim



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From: "Steven Smolian" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Monday, March 05, 2018 12:49 AM
Subject: [ARSCLIST] RX5, etc.


> I'm trying to locate the source of a problem using RX5.
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> I record in Soundforge 11 at 96/24 and do minimal editing.   I import it
> into RX5 which converts it to 96/32 floating.
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> I process it there.  I convert it to 96/24.wav either with and without the
> BWF header.  Makes no difference.
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> I play it back in 96/24 in RX5.  Sounds the same.
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> I import it into Soundforge 11.  I play it back.  It sounds the same.
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> I normalize it.  I get crackling noises in the climaxes.  I do the same,
> using the "increase volume" slider.  Same bad result.
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> What am I doing wrong?
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> Could this be an issue with insufficient RAM?  RX works ok, and I assume
> that uses more than normalizing.
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> I'm puzzled.  I get good demo results but can't make a CD of them without
> destroying the quality I've gotten in RX5.
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> Steve Smolian 


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