I just bought r8brain. So I'm mastering and here's what I was thinking of doing. If any one can confirm this process, that would be great (gr8t!)
Master my song, source file is 88khz 32-float
Add one of my good noise-shaping dither plugs
Save the file as 88khz 32-float
Open it in r8brain and convert to 44khz 16-bit using various settings (no additional dithering)
Is this the right process?
This is not quite correct. It's better to first convert the 88kHz 32-float file to 44.1kHz 32-float, and then use your favorite dithering algo to finally convert the file to 44.1kHz 16-bit.
If you do not care about fancy noise-shaped dithering algorithms you may simply use r8brain PRO's own TPDF dithering.
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