Rods on Mar 2, 2012, 12:03pm:
Hi, Working with elephant 3 in clip mode (with oversampling above x2), lowering the output to -0.4dB I get lots if peaks above 0db (to 1,5db).
If I use Clip mode, 1x oversample it works like "planned".
Is this normal?
Aleksey Vaneev on Mar 2, 2012, 2:36pm:
Yes, this is normal, because oversampling applies filtering which creates overshoots. If you do not like such behavior, simply do not use the "Clip" mode.
theFuture on Mar 2, 2012, 11:14pm:
I get overshoots any time I use oversampling... you could just stick another instance of Elephant after it in 1x mode, clipping... it will limit just the overshoots this way, and probably effects so little that you won't notice.
Unicorn on Mar 3, 2012, 6:42am:
Just lower output to -0.7 or -0.8
Aleksey Vaneev on Mar 3, 2012, 11:10am:
A correction to my post above: this is normal for the "Clip" mode. To my knowledge, other modes do not produce overshoots when oversampling is enabled.
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