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9.7 Basic Audio Processing Operations


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Important Note:

All Audio Processing Operations are always executed on the selected sample range. (see Chapter: Selection Markers)


Level +/- 1dB:

Raise/Lower the Level of the Selection by 1dB

Level +/- 3dB:

Raise/Lower the Level of the Selection by 3dB

Fade-In:

Create a linear Fade-In over the selected duration, starting from silence and ramping up to the original level.

For exponential Fade-Ins, repeat the operation while keeping the same Selection.

Fade-Out:

Create a linear Fade-Out over the selected duration, starting from original level and ramping down to silence to silence.

For exponential Fade-Outs, repeat the operation while keeping the same Selection.


Normalize Level: (linked)

Normalize the Level of the Selection to -0dB (max possible Level without clipping).

The channels are linked, the relation between the left and right Stereo Channel will not be touched.

Normalize Level: (per Channel)

Normalize the Level of the Selection (each Stereo Channel independently) to - 0dB (max possible Level without clipping).

Connect:

Connect (interpolate linearly) the Start and End Sample of the Selection. Use this operation to fix unwanted clicks/pops in a Sample.

Reverse:

Reverse the selected Sample data.

Remove DC Offset:

Remove the DC Offset from the selected Sample data.

Analyses the Selection and shifts the data in the vertical direction, so that the resulting Sample data has equal power on each side of the zero line.

Invert Phase:

Invert the Phase of the selected Sample data (turns the Waveform upside down).


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