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  • karmacomposer
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    Normalization of multisamples on record would be very helpful. When I am creating multisamples, I find I have to amp up the gain a bit to get good results even at max volume of the source. Normalizing would greatly help.

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  • Dansterism
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    Definitely useful for me +1

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  • Pdelon1
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    +1 to normalize

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  • byrdinbbylon
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    +1 to this as well

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  • rydex99
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    +1, yes please

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  • Winton
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    +1 normalizing!

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  • Georges
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    compact as in minus normalisation :-)

  • jayneural
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    Well it’s literally marketed as a « compact sampling studio »

  • Georges
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    The bb was initially meant as a sketch pad and a sampler. So for just drafting an idea, normalising is not actually needed, for you have the mixer.

    It appears however that musicians use their blackbox as a proper music production tool. Suddenly, normalising would be handy, even though still not indispensable.

  • blobby
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    +1

    confounding that this wasn't a feature from the very start

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  • Prydal
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    +1 normalization schould be bstandard feature.
    individual pad levels need to be set per pad.

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  • jayneural
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    +1 agree that this feature makes sense on any sampler.

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  • groovelove
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    +1, yes please

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  • -thus-
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    +1, a normalized waveform is easier to edit because the peaks and valleys are easier to see

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  • shamann
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    +1, normalization would be useful

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