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32-bit question

Discussion in 'Recording' started by chordaholic, Jul 12, 2001.

  1. chordaholic

    chordaholic Guest

    So, Nuendo's mixing engine uses the native
    CPU's floating point arithmatic for adding
    up the individual tracks as well as
    processing the effects. Is that right??

    Now, I need to know if Cubase VST/32 does
    the same thing. What is the significance
    of "32" in the name Cubase VST/32?
    Does that mean 32-bit integer processing or 32-bit floating point processing??? There
    is a big difference there. I haven't seen
    any mention of the word "floating point"
    in literature on Cubase VST/32.

    -chordaholic http://www.mp3.com/chordaholic
  2. KSmith

    KSmith Guest

    Nuendo uses the VST32 audio engine, so that should answer your guestion. All the audio connections inside the mixer are 32-bit floating point.

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