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Analyzer in and out signals
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hoegge
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June 12, 2016 - 5:21 pm
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When you change a filter you can see the differences in the out signal if you use oscilloscope in analyzer.
When you show FFTs and choose e.g. Left In / Left Out you see two different colored FFT spectra. But the out spectrum does not change when you use e.g. a filter plug-in. Is that a bug or does the analyzer not support analyzing the output signal from the plug-in?

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W Pirkle
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June 12, 2016 - 9:13 pm
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By default you see the outputs of each channel (Left Out/Right Out) which clearly shows the filtering that occurs.

I will check this when using single channel In/Out for the next Beta release and get back to you.

- Will

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June 13, 2016 - 1:55 am
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The Analyzer's In/Out function is working properly in v6.6.4.1 (current release) as well as the current Beta version.

This link shows v6.6.4.1 with a resonant lowpass filter plugin loaded and a high Q setting with Fc = 2kHz and white noise as input.

http://willpirkle.com/stuff/Analyzer.png

I also checked with normal audio and it is working properly.

As stated before, the default behavior is to show the output of the filter.

- Will

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June 14, 2016 - 6:59 pm
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Hi Will

Sorry - it was my mistake. I noticed the Normalize to 0 dBFS was checked so the levels were kept to high.

I unchecked it but after restarting RackAFX it was checked again. Is there no way to make it stick?

- Hoegge

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June 14, 2016 - 7:08 pm
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I can add that request to the current beta version so the normalize to 0dBFS will be sticky.

- Will

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