32-bit floating-point (WAV) files "in the wild" 2017-10-22 20:05:08 There are a few of these out on the 'net by now. I can only speculate that more artists use software that work with such files, and more often than before an artist will upload a file without having to worry whether to save bandwidth by going mp3.But why? Of course there will always be someone who on purpose will upload the biggest files they can, but I know that not all of my files were intended to be uploaded in that format ... Is it so that these DAWs do not even tell you that these are not your "usual" WAV files? (What does Audition do? I'm too lazy to download a trial version just for this.)Just curious.