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Build #: v3-build-853-arm64-play Device: Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro Android System: Android Pie (Android version 9) Custom ROM: Pixel Experience - Pie - Plus Edition , September Build Steps to recreate: I don't know how to recreate as it is just there. Settings: last.Poweramp-settings Bug/Issue: There is audio clipping when playing music at lower volumes. For example, with instruments like Piano, when a key is played the audio cuts off after the peak of the note is heard, the decrescendo/diminuendo of the note just disappears, it sounds the audio is turned off and turned on again and again or it feels like the power to run the earphones is not enough from the phone but that is not the case. I am attaching Dropbox links two audio recordings for comparison. They are recorded by putting the earphone directly on the mic of another phone so the quality is not the best and has background hiss but the problem can be heard. Please listen at higher volume to clearly hear the difference. Using wired in-ear earphones btw.. Audio from Google Play Music: https://www.dropbox.com/s/dondpuva40lkzm4/google_play_music.aac?dl=0 Audio from Poweramp: https://www.dropbox.com/s/5qppyuetyz81zqx/Poweramp.aac?dl=0 The track/song I am playing is instrumental of "Dango Dai Kazoku". Youtube link for reference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jWWw3JPMRt8 . I am not playing directly from youtube, I have a 320 kbps file of the track it is just for reference.
There's something that would be much easier for me if Poweramp had this feature. When I get a new song or album, the first thing I do is to check the waveform in the Wave Editor Pro app from Playstore to see if it has been a victim of the loudness war. I search for suspicious parts (sometimes it's the whole song or even the whole album) and I zoom in to see if the wave has been clipped. It would be nice to do it without leaving Poweramp.