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Old 11th April 2007 | Show parent
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Originally Posted by Justin Frankel View Post
Well, I'm a big believer in placebo effects, and I know when things are slightly louder they often do sound "better"..

When people are comparing mixes, little things like getting the pan laws the same end up mattering a lot--otherwise one mix may end up significantly louder than another...
hey Justin,

please help me understand this.
audio engine tests should result in zero, null, silence.
BUT only when you render an EXISTING (read: "prerendered") AUDIO track.

now when you render a midi track using a VST, unless the VST has a sample accurate "internal" sync to the sample accurate midi engine of the sample accurate audio engine.............shouldn't every test with (midi) track rendering result in a slightly DIFFERENT AUDIO FILE, even if you render THE SAME midi file with the same host?