Does anyone know or have e experienced What's going on here, I'm using nebula lite For the moment, everything's fine working volume Level and something triggers a massive increase In volume across a few tracks, on tracks I'm not even working with
Ex. I have set an open hi hat in a mix At good listening level overall I'm messing with some other tracks using Nebula and the open hat suddenly is massively And unnaturally louder than it got set in mix...
I'm using nebula lite...for the free compresser Program's as trial, I've a hunch it has to Do with numerical compresser do u want to comp
I know this is strangely loud anyway but I had it lowered for a in use aux bus for parallel Compression...... Today on a channel track I started using this same program ona Tom. All was fine but when I stopped play and replayed The open hat (sent to aux) with level already set, On an absolutely different channel nearly caused My ears to bleed : (
It also happened at the very beginning of project With my bd set to -11 db and aux do u want to Comp active as parallel all was fine one Day later on bd was smacking red and scary loud
..... Figured out what this is a bug: Using "numerical" compresser= "do u want to Comp" this is really loud right, what's happening Is output fader on nebula is resetting to default(too loud) From my adjustment to normal listening level
im not really familiar with that program, but if you can go into 'guru' mode so that you are able to go into the 'edit' section, then go into 'glob', and adjust the padout setting there instead of the main output control. adjust that to the level you want. then 'exit' back out of there, and click save to save your change.
Scottf wrote:..... Figured out what this is a bug: Using "numerical" compresser= "do u want to Comp" this is really loud right, what's happening Is output fader on nebula is resetting to default(too loud) From my adjustment to normal listening level
Some bug where it resets
I'd want to know HOW the OUTPUT faders is getting moved ?!?!
From what I've been able to find, there are no 'external' messages that can get to that fader.
[Unless you are doing something with REAPER's 'Parameter Modulation' function.]