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How to rip 20-bit CD(and retain all 20bits)
ben
post May 8 2003, 02:47
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I have a 20-bit Telarc CD, and would like to extract it onto my computer. However, I'm not really sure how to go about this without having the WAV truncated to 16-bit. I only have a 16bit soundcard right now, so it's going to get chopped off anyway, but I just want the original, unaltered music in the file.

Any ideas?
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post May 8 2003, 14:52
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QUOTE (KikeG @ May 8 2003 - 05:36 AM)
Apogee UV dithering is a special dithering algorithm that uses as dither signal two bands (U,V?) of noise at high frequencies. Their dither isn't  "transparent" (flat?) either, because it increases noise at high frequencies. I don't see any advantage of this over a good noiseshaping dither that also improves dynamic range at lower frequencies.

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... it doesn’t attempt to lower the noise level at the
‘most audible frequencies’...
is wrong - or not? blink.gif

If it increases noise at high frequencies (as you say) but doesn't "attempt to lower the noise level at the ‘most audible frequencies’", all in all there's more noise than with plain noiseshaped dither ... huh.gif


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- ben   How to rip 20-bit CD(and retain all 20bits)   May 8 2003, 02:47
- - bryant   Audio CDs store all the audio information in only ...   May 8 2003, 03:13
- - Jebus   I am assuming it is a HDCD. This has been discusse...   May 8 2003, 03:19
- - ben   OK cool.. And I just noticed, under the "Tec...   May 8 2003, 03:27
- - tigre   QUOTE (Jebus @ May 7 2003 - 06:19 PM)I am ass...   May 8 2003, 14:00
- - tigre   http://www.apogeedigital.com/pdf/UV-1000.pdf QUOTE...   May 8 2003, 14:16
- - KikeG   Apogee UV dithering is a special dithering algorit...   May 8 2003, 14:36
- - tigre   QUOTE (KikeG @ May 8 2003 - 05:36 AM)Apogee U...   May 8 2003, 14:52
- - GeSomeone   QUOTE (KikeG @ May 8 2003 - 03:36 PM)Apogee U...   May 8 2003, 15:32
- - KikeG   Still, UV uses two bands of noise at high frequenc...   May 8 2003, 15:43
- - Emanuel   QUOTE (tigre @ May 8 2003 - 02:00 PM)To extra...   May 8 2003, 15:56
- - KikeG   QUOTE (Emanuel @ May 8 2003 - 03:56 PM)QUOTE ...   May 8 2003, 16:15
- - tigre   Are you sure total recorder is capable of 24 bit r...   May 8 2003, 16:16
- - KikeG   QUOTE (tigre @ May 8 2003 - 04:16 PM)Are you ...   May 8 2003, 16:37
- - Emanuel   QUOTE (tigre @ May 8 2003 - 04:16 PM)Are you ...   May 8 2003, 16:48
- - Pio2001   Other infos about UV22 : http://recpit.prosoundweb...   May 8 2003, 20:56
- - Emanuel   After a quick look with a 24/96 audio adapter (M-A...   May 8 2003, 23:06
- - Yash   First of all, i'd really like to apologize for...   May 23 2003, 07:17
- - KikeG   QUOTE (Yash @ May 23 2003 - 07:17 AM)First of...   May 23 2003, 08:02
- - Yash   Thanks a lot for the info!   May 23 2003, 10:42
- - Pio2001   QUOTE (KikeG @ May 23 2003 - 10:02 AM)However...   May 23 2003, 11:23
- - KikeG   QUOTE (Pio2001 @ May 23 2003 - 11:23 AM)These...   May 23 2003, 13:34
- - Carlos G   Would it be possible to "reverse engineer...   May 23 2003, 22:31
- - mundschuss   so, its quiet easy to extract the 20bit audio from...   Jun 2 2009, 11:10


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