[doggiebox] The AIFF problem

Bret Van Horn bret at workshed.com
Fri Mar 21 10:43:07 EST 2003

Speaking of outputting to AIFF, did you ever get a chance to look into the
clipping issue with successive drum hits? I sent you some sample files a
month or two ago.

I've got a few songs I'm working on, but I don't feel that I can release
them for consumption until I can get drum tracks that aren't clipping and
disorting. :-)

If I can help in any way, let me know.



----- Original Message -----
From: "Ben Kennedy" <ben at zygoat.ca>
To: "Doggiebox" <doggiebox at lists.zygoat.ca>
Sent: Friday, March 21, 2003 10:42 AM
Subject: [doggiebox] The AIFF problem

> Folks,
> Delving into this AIFF-output compatibility issue, it's starting to
> become apparent that there is likely a problem with both the Finder and
> BIAS Peak and Deck.
> I received this from BIAS tech support:
> >Known issue in Peak:
> >The open dialogue will often not allow you to open certain "legal" file
> >work around: set file type in open dialog to "all documents" NOT "all
> >known documents" or drag the file onto the Peak icon.
> Now, I still don't know why the Finder is sometimes showing Doggiebox's
> AIFF files as type AIFC.  The files themselves do not contain any AIFC
> chunk, nor is the filename extension ".aifc".  I don't know why the
> Finder wants to think they are AIFC.
> So in practice, it seems like this is a Peak/Deck issue.  Question: has
> anyone had problems using AIFF output in any OTHER applications besides
> Deck/Peak?
> -ben
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