I've found a major bug
with the new Stereo Tool 9.35.
Processing -> Limiting & Clipping -> Advanced Clipper -> Sound
There is a new 'Grain' option, that says "Softer and duller but less grainy". By default, this is turned off (unchecked). With this default setting, I noticed a distinct lack of highs.
So I compared the output between the Grain option turned off (unchecked) and turned on (checked). To my understanding, having it turned OFF means the highs should be present but might have more grain/disortion. Turning it ON might soften or subdue the highs to reduce distortion.
But actually, with it turned OFF there is an 11KHz high pass filter. Yes, the default OFF setting acts as a 11KHz high pass filter. This is a major, major bug.
Please check and compare the below sample FLACs.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/n6ieymubl2718 ... .flac?dl=0
https://www.dropbox.com/s/lz3qxpg9hi7pe ... .flac?dl=0