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Old 03-21-2013, 12:20 AM   #7
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Hmm.. well I'm not sure about how Reaper reads these files but I figure that if there's an ogg AND a wav with the same name, it takes the latter one, correct?
Don't know, I'm afraid: like I say, I've only really used the OGGs.
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The header line.. there's no specific header, it just starts with "interval 1 120.00 16", same for all the blocks. Nothing about mono or stereo.

Is this helpful?
Nope, doesn't seem to be but thanks for satisfying my curiosity. I'd just wondered if there was some strange "MONO PAIR" flag being written to the WAV ones.

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Speaking of that: is it better (for ogg sound quality) to have volumes as high as possible (not clipping of course) or keeping it down, like halfway?
Another "I don't know", sorry. Maybe http://www.vorbis.com/ has more info?

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.. Just sent the bug report. Really hope this will be solved because I think there's a lot of potential to this option.
Yeah, I hope it gets fixed, not least because of the confusion!

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I don't think there is a problem in having a final mix that sounds better than when you were in a session, don't you agree?
Totally and I do the same (http://peter.drealm.info/jamming).
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