Why is the output from one of my custom Reformer Pro Libraries is very low? Back to knowledge base
We advise that you manage your content in a certain way to get the most of it in Reformer Pro. Our guidelines for making the best libraries using the Analysis Tool are described in the Reformer Pro manual.
Generally, we recommend you normalize your audio files, and use a range of content, with a larger dynamic and frequency range. For example, libraries made purely of very short, high energy transients may not be so pleasing to the ear in Reformer Pro.
Also experiment with different types of input signal, and settings using Reformer Pro’s ‘Response’ control. Different types of content will behave differently to inputs and settings, which is what makes Reformer Pro so flexible and powerful.
We recommend you take a look at our Factory Libraries as a blueprint for the type of content which will make a great-sounding, flexible custom library. The audio files for these are freely available and accessible, and can be found in the following locations:
- On OS X: /Applications/Krotos/Reformer/Reformer Sample Libraries/
- On Windows: C:\Program Files\Krotos\Reformer\Reformer Sample Libraries