Premium Membership - All Voxengo Plugins at a Fixed One-Time Fee - Click Here For More Info
Forums     Plugins     CurveEQ 16 bit vs 24 bit

This topic was created before release of the latest product version, and it may contain details irrelevant to this version.  Replying is disabled for this topic.

Last

Next

Previous

First



Bob -

If you are interested, check out the "analog" dithering available on CD from www.cranesong.com.  Cranesong says that it helps with bass, but I have found that it brings out detail across the frequency spectrum.  The results can be startling, depending on the material.  You have to manually mix the the dithering noise (16 bit) with your track(s), which in my case required recording the dither as a separate .wav file in WaveLab.  The cool thing is that, as a separate .wav file, you can adjust the gain of the noise to suit your material, in case the recommended -25dB level is a bit too much (no pun intended!)

Also, if you really want to go nuts, check out the dithering shoot-out at www.24-96.net/dither to get a good overview of the major dithers out there.  But beware, it is not for the faint of heart.

John


I will investigate your great tips John.

thanks,

Bob


"I have discovered I get excellant eq-ing results when I plug two instances of CurveEQ into the mains.  I plugin my own eq preset two times, one I leave alone, the other I tweek.  I have found this gives excellant precision and allows me to achieve a higher level of sonic quality than just one instance."

Could you elaborate on this technique?

I don't understand exactly what you are doing and why it works.

Thanks.

This topic was created before release of the latest product version, and it may contain details irrelevant to this version.  Replying is disabled for this topic.

Last

Next

Previous

First