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rncbc's picture

hi all

always remember that you can take *both* buses outputs (master and the alternate one) and thus the result will be *added* (ie. mixed-down);

the resulting mixed signal may well go over +0dBfs at some point so that if you're exporting (or recording from both outputs via jack) to a *non-floating-point* format you will get a damaged audio sample file due to severe clipping eg. over-the-scale integer samples will "wrap-around" and will become negative and vice-versa, in a way that maybe well beyond repair.

so please: a. make it sure the mix never goes above +0dBfs having a wise but lower levels on each of the output bus gain faders; or/and b. select on floating-point sample file format for export and recording so that you may correct the mix later, anytime anyway.