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What kind of processing to apply/develop ?

 
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 09, 2013 3:01 pm    Post subject: What kind of processing to apply/develop ? Reply with quote

Hello,
i am Cyph and I am developping a software to convert samples for the Korg Krome synth.
The format is not documented but, nevermind, I am still working on my tool.

I would like some advises about the processing I've to apply in order to get the same result as Korg.

An image is better to understand what I want :
First you have the original 16 bits 44.1Khz sample
Second, you have my conversion 8 bits 44.1Khz sample
Third, you have what I need to do !!


How Can I do this ? What kind of processing should I do ?
Normalize ? auto?

Thank you for your help !
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