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Audio Bit Depth

Audio bit depth refers to the number of bits used to describe each audio sample. Bit depth affects the range of sound the audio file can reproduce, from silence to the loudest sound. This range is known as the signal-to-noise ratio (s/n), which can be measured in decibels (dB). Although higher bit depths may seem excessive, they're usually desirable. That's because processing audio requires the extra precision to minimize errors.


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