changing wavs to rex - quality?
#1

Hey, I got a loop I'm using but for me to use it in reason I think I need to save the wav of the loop to a rex. I was going to open it in recycle and then save it as a rex file. But when you do that is there any loss of quality?
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#2

no, if the wav file is unchanged (filter/dynamics/speedwise) in recycle, the quality of the file will not suffer.
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#3

The rex just has more info in the file header I believe. The audio info is unchanged Smile
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Thanks guys! I'm making the move to digital, I had to sell some of my stuff like mixing desk and fx to get some money. Still keeping the odd things, but now I'm using reason. Thanks again for answers.
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