Thread: RG to MPC.
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Old 08 August 2004, 11:12 am   #6
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Hello.

Just a example of what i consider to be safe:
(not that perfect. all tracks was under 0.20. before encoding)
Code:
    Gain   |  Peak  | Scale | New Peak | Track

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  +0.00 dB |  13721 |  1.00 |    13721 | Track 01.wav

  +0.45 dB |  12267 |  1.05 |    12919 | Track 02.wav

  -0.60 dB |  13681 |  0.93 |    12767 | Track 03.wav

  -0.57 dB |  12247 |  0.94 |    11469 | Track 04.wav

  -0.12 dB |  12269 |  0.99 |    12100 | Track 05.wav

  -0.33 dB |  13525 |  0.96 |    13020 | Track 06.wav

  -0.06 dB |  11400 |  0.99 |    11321 | Track 07.wav

  -0.60 dB |  12924 |  0.93 |    12061 | Track 08.wav

  +0.04 dB |  13914 |  1.00 |    13978 | Track 09.wav

  +0.34 dB |  12977 |  1.04 |    13495 | Track 10.wav

  -0.07 dB |  13000 |  0.99 |    12895 | Track 11.wav

  +2.72 dB |  13034 |  1.37 |    17826 | Track 12.wav

  +4.29 dB |  13914 |  1.64 |    22800 | Track 13.wav



 No Album Gain adjustment required, exiting.
This is after gained wav, encoded mpc q7 --ms 0, then decoded. (1.15r)
(NiB. A tribute to Black Sabbath.1994)
(ps. i do see that track 12/13. are up for another turn, +4.29 is to high
value.. these must be "problem" samples, since the encoding/decoding prosess have lowered the volume.
I do not only do Gaining for the audible clipping part,
but i also think about the drive and speakers.
As am sure everyone is.

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