Sept. 20, 2021

Digital clipping and popping. What causes it, and how to avoid it.

Digital clipping and popping. What causes it, and how to avoid it.

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Robbo recently received a file from a "Talent" that was full of digital clicking and popping. It's one of those things that can happen in the digital domain from time to time, and it can also be hard to track down.

In this episode Robbo, Robert and AP chat about some of the more common causes and what you can do to avoid/rescue the situation.

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