> From: Paul Davis
> From: Ismael Valladolid Torres
I'll pick a nit here:
Dithering happens at the A/D converter. I've never heard of an interface
that didn't have it, but that's talking about it at the circuit (sub IC)
It is in every audio interface you can find outside of a museum, I'd say.
*REDITHERING* is what happens in mastering -- you work at higher
resolution than your delivery format (16-bit CD, usually), and then dither
back at the end.
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