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Question: Why one of bounced track is so loud?

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I wonder, why one of my bounced audio is so loud? I'v bounced Violin I and Violin II the same way, both MIDI tracks were the same volume but Violin II audio is very loud. What and where I should check to correct it? Help please.User uploaded file

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Apr 20, 2018 4:29 AM in response to Cuauhtemoc In response to Cuauhtemoc

Hi Cuauhtemoc and thanks for an answer.

The normalize was ON. According to your advise I’v made it Off and now look, please on a Screen Shot bellow what happened. A waveform becomes a tiny line.

I wonder, How could I bounce Violin I’s 4 tracks before so good sound and thick waveform but now I have what I have in a screenshot?

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Apr 20, 2018 4:54 AM in response to resopmoc In response to resopmoc

This is due to your levels being to low.

Normalizing the tracks adjusts gain so that your peaks are at 0 dBFS.

Can you provide screenshot of the repack you are bouncing and its level while playing?

And also another one of your Bounce dialog window.

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Apr 20, 2018 8:11 AM in response to resopmoc In response to resopmoc

I see the output in Logic is peaking somewhere between -53 and -42 dBFS while the Vienna Mixer is at -33?

So as far as I can perceive from the screenshots you have some attenuation going on in Logic.


What is is your end goal when bouncing out your violin?

How is your gain-staging? How prominent is the Violin meant to be?


And to answer your primary question:

This is why your waveform is so tiny without normalizing.

The output of that track is very low in gain.

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Question: Why one of bounced track is so loud?