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Old 2004-12-30, 04:57 PM
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Re: Downsampling - how?

Originally Posted by ssamadhi97
No! Dithering is useful to avoid quantization distortion after performing any kind of filtering that includes multiplication operations on sample values (and this includes things like volume changes and resampling!)

(And if you didn't understand what I just said, I'd suggest reading the article you linked to )
I haven't got any experience to speak of with resampling at a new frequency, thanks for setting me straight! I really don't know all the math and science behind "triangular" and "shaping" and all that, I just do a/b tests and listen for the best result.
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