This is just something I've noticed and wanted to ask about it as I'm about to get my tracks mastered elsewhere. So I just checked in my preferences for my DAW and see that my audio recording is set at 24 bit depth. When I've been rendering tracks, I've had it set to 32 bit depth for the rendering without realizing the difference between the two. I know very little about bit depth and would be interested to hear more about it. Should I be rendering my tracks to 24 bit to reflect the recording setting? What bit depth should I be rendering to to get the best sound when sending it to the mastering studio? Edit: I rendered the same track at both 24 and 32 bit depth in my DAW then checked the "properties" in Windows for both rendered Wave files and noticed that the bit rate is listed at 2116 kbps for the 24 bit depth rendered track and 2822 kbps for the 32 bit depth rendered track. Both sound the same to my untrained ear. If someone could give me some advice on what to do here I'd REALLY appreciate it.