trenten7 Posted September 18, 2011 Share Posted September 18, 2011 Whenever I bounce, the exported file's volume becomes very low than what is heard in the actual Logic recording mix. I understand that the 'Normalize' feature in bouncing adjusts and equalizes the audio to not go over the meter. However, all I want is to bounce at full volume regardless if there are any cracks and pops or over-registered audio in the mix. Turning off 'Normalize' results in the bounced audio file to sound too distorted and cracks/pops at certain times, which you wouldn't hear before bouncing (in the Logic mix while playing everything back, the audio doesn't crack/pop and sound distorted). I also understand that you can set limiters on channels to refrain from audio levels to surpass the meter, however it seems like the more channels you have playing back audio at the same time, the higher the overall audio meter registers even if each individual channel has recordings at very low volumes. I just want to bounce at the volume and sound I hear while playing back in the Logic mix without having the volume extremely lowered or horrible pops/cracks and distortion when turning off 'normalize'. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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