Which is better-dat or cd-r?

Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by wondercrush, Mar 26, 2001.

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  1. Rog

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    Future proof is definitely a very important consideration - burning to 44.1 16 bit vs 48 for a DAT is something to think about.

    If your DAW can write a 24/96 file to CDR (assuming your source material is recorded that way) that might be an option. Also, why rely on your converters and / or your DAW's summing bus to dither down when a mastering studio can do it better?
     
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