>Applying certain effects to 16 bit audio if editing in 16 bit
>resolution could result in loss of resolution could it not?
Simply normalizing the audio will result in loss of resolution. You
don't need a complex effect for that to happen if you process a
16-bit sample at 16-bits. Again, it's never a simple addition or
subtraction. All calculations are multiplication. You WILL get
errors. 16-bit processing is only adequate for 8 bit (or smaller) samples.
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