Hello MSP friends,
I¡¦m trying to understand what the difference is between an audio correction with the Audio Mixing Panel in MSP8 and a correction through ¡§Amplify¡¨ in ¡§Audio Filters¡¨. The Audio Mixing Panel enables a real time correction, but is that the only advantage? When I don¡¦t need the real time effect and only adjust the signal in track 1 of the Audio Mixing Panel from 0 to +3 db (which doubles the signal I believe), is the outcome in that case the same as with ¡§Audio Filters>>>Amplify>>>200¡¨ ? I also have the impression that a correction through the Audio Mixing Panel maximizes the signal, or is that wrong? Am I right in the assumption that ¡§Audio Mixing Panel>>>Options>>>Auto Write>>>Dub¡¨ is a non-destructive adjustment and ¡§Auto Write>>>Replacement¡¨ is destructive?
Neither the MSP8 manual nor Charlie¡¦s ¡§Getting Results¡¨ give me the answers. My audio-editor is Adobe Audition, but I hope somebody can explain the ¡§ULEAD way of thinking¡¨ to me. Regards, Wim Kok