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Logic Pro X: To Float, or Not to Float

March 28, 2014, 12:49 PM

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Unlike an analog mixer, digital mixers and many DAWs like Logic Pro X have volume headroom/ceilings internally that are virtually impossible to clip. They work in what is called 32-bit Floating Point. In Logic X, you may have noticed that when a single channel “clips”, its peak indicator lights up orange now instead of red like in Logic 9. This is Apple’s subtle way of showing you that the channel is not really clipping, but is definitely over the zero dB point. Many producers today simply...

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