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Originally Posted by RohanP

Its 96kHz/24bit (thats recording studio quality) then most studios mix, then dither to 44.1kHz/16bit for CD mastering..

or now days you'll find electronic music producers will use 48kHz/32bit but theres no point really unless the samples are recorded in 32bit, which im pretty sure most recording studios dont support (although i could be wrong).

Yeah sorry i put that wrong, i have no idea what i meant!

Then the 96khz would just be an attempt to oversample at 48khz in order to keep the resolution higher in the DAC or ADC. I’m not to sure how this works really, I assume it is to use lower quality converters!

Yeah 32bit would up the game considerably!

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