AtariZoll wrote:You need to normalize it in Audacity with option "Remove any DC offset .." on.
AtariZoll wrote:I just did my first 2 sound recordings from Steem (usually I do it from real HW, together with video ).
Used Steem 3.2 and Steem SSE 3.808 - saved DMA audio and PSG audio. And both were miscentered, as your shot.
So, it is just smaller bug in Steem - saving with incorrect WAV flag about signing. - Actually, they should unsign it - see lower why.
Normally, WAV is with unsigned values, while STE DMA audio needs signed, 8-bit PCM data. So, you need to save, pardon export it as signed, 8-bit mono or stereo, and of course with supported sample freq. But to get proper signed signal, you must have it centered in Audacity first. And here is the problem - with 8-bit PCM no signed, just unsigned option by export as WAV. So, probably better is to save as RAW - then no WAV header too. I used earlier to save as unsigned from Wavelab, because it did not have RAW save, and signed in Atari SW self, after loading PCM data.
AtariZoll wrote:Well, then you need to use fade in at start and fade out at end.
607 wrote:So it might be a Steem exclusive bug.
I didn't find it in the bugs list, so it may need to be reported.
I now know how to work around the problem, but it'd still be better if it'd would work as expected in Steem, too.
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