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If it is not clipping (as you say) what does it sound like, and is it constant?
Thanks for the reply. It's hard to describe the sound...it actually reminds me of the sound a 16mm projector makes when it loses its loop, sort of a strobing distortion. As for constancy, no it's definitely not constant in the sense that, say, ground loop hum is constant. It's "attached" to the sounds as the play back, so that when the timeline is very quiet it's hardly audible, but when you get any sound at all, it comes up. I know that might sound like clipping, but I don't see how it could possibly be for a few reasons:
1. There's a -9 limiter on the audio master track.
2. It sounds perfectly fine both in timeline playback and when exported to Encore.
3. The VUs in the original source clips, the timeline, and the deck on output all show clean levels with no clipping.
I'm wondering if it's related to my deck, but I haven't had a chance to check that yet. I'll try outputting to the camera when I get back in to work on Monday, but if you have any other ideas as to what the cause might be, I'd be happy to hear them. Thanks.