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Topic: Default noise-shaping filter when applying dither in SoX with the -s option? (Read 309 times) previous topic - next topic
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Default noise-shaping filter when applying dither in SoX with the -s option?

Hi, does anyone know which noise-shaping filter does SoX use by default when resampling from 192/96/48 KHz 24-bit to 44.1/16? I've looked at the documentation and it says that "With the −f option, it is possible to select a particular noise-shaping filter from the following list: lipshitz, f-weighted, modified-e-weighted, improved-e-weighted, gesemann, shibata, low-shibata, high-shibata" but it does not say which one is used by default if I don't use -f.

Re: Default noise-shaping filter when applying dither in SoX with the -s option?

Reply #1
With "-s" default is shibata.

Re: Default noise-shaping filter when applying dither in SoX with the -s option?

Reply #2
Thank you