Hi, I'm using the Deconvolver to try and recreate a very precise analogue filter, I've run a 20 second sweep through it, and am trying to make IRs of a couple of different settings.
You recommend using the Reversed Technique for capturing EQs and gear, but I'm finding that this results in a maximized level, no matter what the input level is.
If I use the normal technique, it seems the relative gain of my recordings is preserved.
Is this normal? Or should I bring the gain very low to use the Reversed Technique and preserve relative gains?
Thanks for any tips.
If I normalize then I lose the relative gains of the different EQ settings.
I'll try lowering the gain and using a floating point WAV.
Does the length of the sweep affect the output level in this Reversed Technique?
Thanks for your help.
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