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What is the best audio sample rate? 44.1, 48, 96? Sample rate explained

What is the best audio sample rate? 44.1, 48, 96? Sample rate explained

What is sample rate in audio? When you record music digitally, your analogue to digital convertor takes a certain number of samples of the analogue signal every second. You can […]

How to bounce audio for mastering, CD, digital download and more

How to bounce audio for mastering, CD, digital download and more

What does it mean to bounce audio? In modern day digital audio, the term ‘bouncing’ or ‘exporting’ refers to the process of turning either some or all of the things […]

What is the purpose of audio dithering? When, why and how to use dither...

What is the purpose of audio dithering? When, why and how to use dither…

What is the purpose of dithering? Dither is low level noise which is intentionally added to digital audio when ever it is converted to a lower bit depth. Dither noise […]

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