Walt, you wrote,
>One problem folks have is the worship of that bit about digital being
>bit perfect copies. Yes, if just copying a file, it's possible to
>approach bit perfect copies.
In copying a file, it's -normal- to produce bit-perfect copies. If
you're not able to do this routinely your system and procedures
aren't set up right.
>But, in sound processing, each processing
>step is calculating a new waveform. You don't care as much that it's bit
>perfect as that it approaches sound perfect. Do not get worried that the
>sound changed, just make sure it changed the way you want. After all, if
>you were doing it analog, every component it passed through would be
>changing the waveform.