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I’m using Match EQ between two tracks where one contains silence. However, EQuivocate is trying to match the silence and is doing weird things. What’s happening?

Generally, EQuivocate won’t try to match two tracks if they don’t both contain audio. However, some DAW’s or other plug-ins implement cross talk emulation or generate small amounts of noise which has been known to throw off this logic in EQuivocate’s Match EQ. Future versions of EQuivocate may try to mitigate this problem, but in the meantime you can still use Match EQ by only matching audio streams which are playing at the same time, then turning off Match EQ when you have a good match.