How to best prepare for binaural mixes
The headphone generation is probably the most interesting socio-economic phenomenon of recent years.
There are already 34 million online audio users who use radio on the Internet via PC, laptop, WLAN radio or SmartTV.
And it is getting more and more!
What is dithering all about?
Dither is a slight hiss that is added to your audio material to minimize errors when changing the bit depth.
This random hiss is not a bad noise and is barely noticeable. It rather adds something like a random change to the audio signal and thus improves the precision of the digital processing of the audio files.
I repeat again because this is so important: Dithering is essential.
When you render tracks internally to have the save with 32-bit floating point.
But remember: you only don’t need to dither if you save your files in 32-bit floating point format.
Before sending it out: