I am writing in this forum to find out the details of dithering from 24/96 to 16/44. I have recently purchased an Apogee Rosetta 200, connected to an Echo Mona via S/PDIF (and the Echo is wordclock slaved to the Apogee). I record with Adobe Audition simply because I love the layout, and I have up to this point had positive experiences with it. It seems that the recording software really is more of a GUI preference than anything. Sooo... to dither (and use CODA) using the Apogee, do I play the file using the digital output as the output device and then record the digital input simultaneously? That seriously sounds like there could be some problems with that, won't something get lost in all that? Also, when you record simultaneously, Audition (and im assuming other software packages are the same) is set up to function in 24/96 mode. When you record the track, won't there be a problem there as well? I'm totally confused and I really need some help on this one.