−M/−I/−L Phase response = minimum/intermediate/linear−s Steep filter (band-width = 99%)−a Allow aliasing/imaging above the pass-band−b 74−99 . 7 Any band-width %−p 0−100 Any phase response (0 = minimum, 25 = intermediate, 50 = linear, 100 = maximum)
-v -L -b 95 96000
It is just me and over here we have found no prove if a steep filter really harms.https://hydrogenaud.io/index.php/topic,109900.25.htmlThere is also a famous listening test of filters thats result is said to be at fault because it uses an unusual narrow filtering wide of 500Hz
thanks for responding...I'll keep with what I have. I have read that some use it going to 44.1, but I gather you would not? Is there any particular reason why not?
sox -G input_file -b 16 -r 44100 output_file
I don't seem to be able to hear with any differences
In all honesty, I am just looking at getting the best I can get. I don't seem to be able to hear with any differences, so unless there is something else I can add I think I'm ok.
Ringing is audible if extreme and at audible frequencies, and it becomes audible even when at inaudible frequencies if it for example stimulates clipping.