Try an application that uses iZotope's 64 bit SRC. For example:

or any one of the many others which license the izotope code.



On Dec 2, 2011, at 1:34 PM, L. Hunter Kevil wrote:

> I'm a long-time lurker and quasi-newbie in the field of digital audio. I
> enjoy this list greatly because of the friendly atmosphere and the
> knowledge of the participants, so I hope that my question will be not be
> perceived as to out of place.
> The question is this: what recommendations can you give for converting
> stereo music files at 24/88.2 and 24/192 to 24/96 with no loss of musical
> information?
> Or is such a thing not possible for an amateur (a cheap but not completely
> impecunious one?) I have Windows machines and am adept with software.
> I have not been able to locate any good information that answers this
> question directly. Many recommend dbpoweramp and other software, but I
> cannot verify whether there is any loss of musical quality. I have seen
> articles describing how SCR takes place in the process of creating
> professional master recordings - including conversions to analogue,
> dithering, &c.
> Thanks for your help,
> L. H. Kevil
> University of Missouri
> This post has nothing to do with the university. I'm just indulging my
> passion for high-quality music reproduction.