Thanks to a bug I just found, I get to redo a ton of work.
When using Ozone 5, I get this weird stuttering glitch at the end of files that have a musical fade out. I’m not sure where the problem is coming from because when I launch Ozone 5, the problem isn’t there, but as I change settings, it increases. My default setting has the glitch really bad. I’m trying to turn things off to eliminate the glitch but the glitch is always there to some degree except when I first launch Ozone and take it out of bypass. I first suspected it was in the dither setting of Ozone 5 which is last in my plugin chain on the montage master, but even with no dither or hard dither, it’s there.
Here’s a link to hear a clip of just the tail end of an example piece:
Listen to the stuttering glitch at the end of the file, it’s not intentional. It’s only there on clips with strong musical fade outs, when it’s just air or natural sustain, it’ not there, or is not audible or problematic. I know the fade out is abrupt but it’s supposed to be that way since it’s a promo-30 for broadcast use.
It doesn’t seem to be there when I have Ozone on the original master section but when it’s on the new montage master section. it’s on the playback and the rendered file.
I can’t understand why Wavelab is always so problematic, it has it’s moments and it has potential but I’m honestly just about ready to give up on it. I did hours of work last week that must be redone because of this issue.
I can’t justify waiting a minimum of one month for this to be solved either.
Your slave beta-tester that gets to stay up all night fixing files and montages and other general fucking around.