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General Audio / Re: Order: Changing sampling format and sampling rate of Audio.
Last post by bennetng -
1. Convert to a higher bit-depth (e.g. 32/64-bit float)
Actually, most of modern audio editing/converting software will can automatically do conversion to 32 bit float when doing any processing.

Yes, but not all of them, if you look at the screenshot of my old Adobe Audition. It is important to point it out because some people don't aware that the software they use do that automatically, and assume it is not necessary to increase the bit depth prior to subsequent processing.

A real example:
https://hydrogenaud.io/index.php?topic=113972.0

SoX for example, works in integer, users either need to use the -G switch to guard against clipping, or manually attenuate the signal to provide headroom.
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