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isn't the aes-ebu archival standard 96/24?
by release format, are you including the 192-96/24 releases available or just cd?
Lavry has product with 192/24 now.

Dale Francis

On Apr 11, 2012, at 13:40, Andrew Hamilton <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> I hope it's understood that what I wrote before in this thread was, "...the
> pops and clicks are near square waves, in terms of their rise times..."  -
> not that a click or pop = square wave.  They propagate suddenly. The clicks
> which propagate more suddenly than 3.6 ┬Ás, when sampled at 88.2 kHz Fs, are
> simply not encoded - whence the absence of perturbation.   Still, that's a
> nice fast sample rate which, according to Dan Lavry, is technically too fast
> for perfect accuracy of the bass.  55 kHz is the current sampling speed
> limit, according to the designer.  88.2 kHz is good for this test, however,
> since we are talking about high frequency events.  Still, the music may be
> best at 48 kHz Fs, in spite of the worse Squarepushing.  It was suggested to
> me that program with only a few instruments (chamber music or solos?) would
> be best at 48 kHz, and music more rich in overtones would possibly be better
> at 88.2 kHz.