Fixing unwanted granulation/aliasing at high frequencies

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Fixing unwanted granulation/aliasing at high frequencies

Post by Torquemada » Mon Jun 17, 2019 9:44 pm

Can anyone give me advice about how to avoid granulation/aliasing with higher frequency notes? I usually start my channel at -12db, but when I play certain notes for certain patches, I get this granulation, that almost sounds like little pebbles bouncing around in the patch. I've read sometimes that has to do with the quality of the samples in a VST/synth. Advice?

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Re: Fixing unwanted granulation/aliasing at high frequencies

Post by MattiasNYC » Tue Jun 18, 2019 3:33 pm

Can you share an example so we can hear the problem? I don't really understand what you're describing...
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Re: Fixing unwanted granulation/aliasing at high frequencies

Post by artygun » Tue Jun 18, 2019 7:29 pm

Can you share an example so we can hear the problem? I don't really understand what you're describing..

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