Is it ok to normalise a sound?
Last Post 31 Jul 2012 06:02 AM by Seasonz Beatz. 7 Replies.
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    09 Jul 2012 10:56 PM
    Is it ok to normalise a sound?before mixing or masterin your beat?if not why?
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    10 Jul 2012 05:21 AM
    I think normalizing a sample before mixing wont bring you issues as long as you keep your sound without clipping and at a good level in respect to the other instruments. I tend to normalize sounds that are to thin, but I always tweak the volume knobs to avoid clippin and give it his place in the mix. You should always mix at low volumes tho, but theres no problem on doing it.
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    10 Jul 2012 02:47 PM
    Thanks DJ Seasonz (Davy S.) appreciate your help bro...

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    11 Jul 2012 09:19 AM
    np just make ur instruments have the rigth volume
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    30 Jul 2012 11:00 AM
    random and most likely a stupid question but when you guys say mix at a low level do you mean like lower your master volume control all the way down?????
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    30 Jul 2012 06:48 PM
    random and most likely a stupid question but when you guys say mix at a low level do you mean like lower your master volume control all the way down?????


    No, it means that ur MIX INSERTS, should all combined, give a low peak in the master
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    30 Jul 2012 07:59 PM
    Haha I feel dumb now does that mean like no limiter and no clipping?
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    31 Jul 2012 06:02 AM
    When u mix using FL mixer u have many "INSERTS" where ur instruments go (Kick,Snare,Hats,Strings,Leads...) when they are mixed,all of this inserts together add on to form the "MASTER PEAK", each insert track has a peak meter that measures how loud an instrument is in the mix, the combination of each of this volumes make your master peak, which is the DB measure in your MASTER INSERT, which is the 1st track in the mixer that says "Master", u dont want the peak in the master to go above 0DB, because that will make your mix clip, sound is so loud that it can damage audio systems.
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