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Digital Signal Processing

WTF is Dither?

WTF is Dither?

iZotope's Dither sounds excellent. Dither needs to be applied after any gain changes are made. Dither is calculated based on the amplitude level. Don't dither before limiting, if the limiter is raising the level of the track. Each 'bit' represents 6dB of gain. Dither adds in 'noise' to cover up

Matthew Vere
Matthew Vere
Digital Signal Processing