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Question: hey jf- can you explain why we use bipolar metering and waveform measurements over unipolar rectified signals?? or,values that only go from nothing >> to >> something? (an old friend & i always joked "whats half of nothing? = nothing")
Asked by 2023 (109.153.99.x) on June 16 2023, 1:24pm
Reply on June 16 2023, 2:06pm:
    You can use rectified peaks in REAPER if you like. Some signals are asymmetrical (my bass amp especially!). Helps you spot things?

  • Posted by 2023 (86.186.250.x) on June 16 2023, 9:19pm:
    aye-rectified peaks are dope! still,after all these years,, we just dont get this 'center line thing...a minus signal just does not seem to fully compute in this small brain... obviously, â–¶reaperâ—€ is offering what others do not & eternally greatful for what it does.. (was not wanting u to talk shop here though tbch!) cheerz.

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