• I am not surprised and would suspect physical causes.

    Apart from the fact that the overtones also have to be transposed down during the calculation process, I assume that the high overtones are not calculated indefinitely in order to save computer power.

  • Definitely, although for me, it goes down better than up. But I find the inverse when transposing up, it's helpful to shave some high frequencies off. It's something that can be mitigated using eq, but it's a compromise, just like the transpose feature as a whole. I love it btw, and use it all the time.

    Disclaimer: When I post demo clips for profiles, there will be some minimal post-processing, unless stated otherwise. I normally double-track hard L/R, and add to the main buss a small amount of EQ and a limiter/comp set pretty light as well. Sometimes I get test profiles in advance of release, though 90% of my clips will be from packs I have purchased.