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Increases or decreases the level of one or more curves to a certain level, usually 0 dB.
Curve Selection: The level of the specified curves will be adjusted.
Max. amplitude is: Acourate automatically fills this in with the highest level of the specified curve.
Normalization gain: The maximum value of the specified curve is raised or lowered to this level (NOT by this amount), usually 0db in order to avoid clipping.
Normalization freq: If the normalization is intended to apply to a specific frequency rather than the highest level of the curve, this frequency must be entered here.
Normalization type: Specifies whether the level of a group of curves is meant to be changed together, maintaining their relative amplitudes, or a single curve is meant to be normalized.
May be used for example after Inversion to ensure that the correction filter produced by the Inversion function does not cause clipping.
Linearizing Digital Crossovers