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WMA file 'noise'

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by [email protected], Nov 13, 2006.

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    I accidentally saved a file of low freq sine waves (chromatic octave
    starting 55Hz down to 27Hz -6 dB fs) in .WMA format using Adobe
    Audition 1.5. Recalling the WMA file into Audition shows what looks to
    be 'noise' as in +/- 2 dB amplitude variations. The noise does not seem
    to be harmonically related to the test frequencies and is barely
    audible but it looks aweful on the waveform display.

    I assume the WMA encoding in Audition is good as the rest of their
    processing sounds to be first rate. I see nothing at all like this with
    MP3 files. Any insights?

    Glenn Gundlach
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