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Question: How to stop Logic from altering imported audio files to -24db

Hi,


I've recently encountered an issue in Logic Pro X that no one else seems to have posted about. When I drag and drop an audio file into Logic - Logic duplicates the file and alters the sound of the audio; distorting it. Almost sounds like there a ton of compression on it that wasn't in the original file, when I compared the duplicated file to the original, the sound is completely different and adds -24db at the end. For example "Audio -24db". This is really bizarre and I have no idea how to resolve this issue, any help would be greatly appreciated.

iMac, OS X Mavericks (10.9.2), My computer

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Dec 9, 2017 5:00 PM in response to Premium Rush In response to Premium Rush

You can check if your files are 32-bit floating point by opening them in QuickTime, then choose View > Show Movie Inspector.


Logic Pro X does not support 32-bit flowing point files.

It will instead render a 24-bit integer version. This file will have -24b appended to it.


Hope that helps.

Dec 9, 2017 5:00 PM

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