I wouldn’t worry about apologies, I make a zillion mistakes… but what’s really odd, is that now I have noticed… none of my other daws are using/producing 32Bit wav files… So now I am just totally blown away…
In other news, I just tried Argurus Sync for the first time, and imo, it sounds fantastic… I also rendered at 96000 for the first time… and I have caught, “a surprise.” I feel like my track, is a bit more bass heavy, than what I was hearing… which was, “not at all bass heavy.”
The other thing I noticed… which is not a problem, but kind of a problem lol!! If you want to take advantage of this new, “32 bit Rendering Feature,” you must master in Renoise, or in a DAW that supports the 32 bit wav file… and like I said, I just checked all my other daws, this 32Bit thing seems new and, “Renoise only.” ( It could also be in Cubase or Nuendo, I don’t know, as I don’t have those ) So… what happened when I loaded the 32bit wav into another daw? It got resampled… I do not know if this adds a dither type, but if you convert the resampled wav, to 16 bit, and add a dither type, you might actually pass the file twice with dither!! Which is no good!
I have been mastering in Renoise anyways, but now I have a mastering project ahead that concerns, “more than 1 track at the same time.” Which presents a set of issues… but I’m thinking up a game plan… because I want to take advantage of 32 bit… I hear extra depth! I don’t want to apply dither to 24 bit, and apply dither to 16 bit, and I certainly don’t want, “automatic,” resampling… Who knows what that does?
Weird… hmm… Very interesting feature though
Check out the wav form, it looks like, “candied sugars,” and this is not going over zero, btw… its just, “zoomed in.”