I think it since 8 version but maybe after the last 8.3, I don’t know.
When I’m setting up my project, I choose in the “Pan law” at -6, I don’t see any reason to hear the mix in a different level than the final file level.
(It took me a while to understand why the final file after export IS NOT at the same level of the software. If someone can explain the logic to do otherwise I will be happy to learn.
I work on -6. For some unknown reason, all the faders now are works like a brickwall limiter of -6db @ nominal fader level 0. WHY??
yesterday I had a guitar session and I couldn’t get why I have a brickwall limiting at -6 on the master, and it took hours to get to the bottom of this.
It wasn’t like that before for sure.
So, if I want the FULL SCALE, I need to set the project to 0 “pan law” what makes the project much louder to work on but totally different than the final file - what is more basic than exporting and checking the product at the same level as it was in the DAW?
Why “pan law” (i know what pan law is all about), is now limiting dynamics?
I don’t know if its some practical decision or a bug, but this is very bad.
can someone elaborate about that?