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0dB (sometimes as high as 1dB), how is that possible, if that maximum amplitude encoded in the mp3 file is 0dB, how can the plugin detect more than that? is the maximum amplitude not 0dB in an mp3 … encoding? if not why do vst's "complain" when it reaches more then 0dB? EDIT: forget plugins, just adding the mp3 to an empty track (no changes to volume pan etc..), gets reaper's built in meter to turn red (both the track's and master's) …
asked Jul 7 '15 by user1333057