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On 5/10/2015 6:19 PM, Paul Stamler wrote:
> I can testify also that a .flac file made from a 16-bit original,
> expanded back into .wav, is bit-for-bit identical to the original.I
> determined this by inverting one of the files, loading the original and
> the .wav-to-.flac-to .wav files into a DAW, and summing them. The result
> is utter digital -- nary a departure from 000000 in the entire file.
> Haven't tried the experiment with 24-bit files, but I'm looking forward
> to having the free time to do so.

Er, the result is utter digital SILENCE. Somehow my software ate the 
word "silence".

Peace,
Paul


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