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Question: Why does Reaper have an option for 39bit int? What is the significance or history of this bit depth?
Asked by Griffin (108.185.250.x) on April 1 2022, 1:10am
Reply on April 1 2022, 2:16am:
    If you want to emulate certain other DAWs integer summing, you can. There's no reason to, though. It's all a subset of 64-bit FP.

  • Posted by DdSL (179.104.164.x) on April 2 2022, 12:04am:
    20yrs from now people will be using to get that 39bit vintage sound

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