With normalize OFF and inputting everything between -12 and 0.2 and +12 dB in the multiplier (is this a multiplier or additive gain control - this is not at all clear, if it is a multiplier, why is it in dB ?) I always get
INVALID FLOATING POINT OPERATION
after this deconvolver refuses to work until restarting it.
This is with 44.1K and 24 bit files.
No I never do, because IMO this adds a 'shouty' quality to the IRs.
However, I do use the reversed test tone option.
I also have the HP filter set to 8 Hz
Any news on the reversed test tone problem with normalize off ?
I'm asking because for me the reversed test tone clearly gives better results, so obviously I would need to use this & normalize off.
Happy new year !
I also make surround reverbs with deconvolver and the normalize off is a blessing. Multichannel support would be very nice indee.
I record, select best recording and export in/from Nuendo (2.2 but next time probably with 3.01). Then deconvolve (32-bit float) and back into Nuendo for final edit of start/lenght, smooth fadeout and also gain for good signal in impulse files but the same on everyone. Thewhole workflow could be with multichannel files but as of now I use monofiles until last export in Nuendo.
I've answered here:
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