Will Samplitude Go To 64bit Like Sonar And Cubendo? in English newcomer forum Posted January 5, 2010 · Report reply Hello !! Has put at all in that that maximum resolving AD 24 bits!!!64 bits internal process would provide more exact mixing of especially low level signals and more exact approximating at final output for 16 bit and 24 bit. I will not press in mathematics... Effect from 64 bits will be appreciable at a considerable quantity of mixed channels and FX effects of returns, and it would be saved the considerable quantity of the smallest details in a sound is more white. Resolution of human hearing though is limited to a frequency range, but thus there are many nuances in a heard sound such as deviation, phase jitter, harmonious components, various smallest additional sounds, etc. which are perceived if their levels is insignificant are small at subconsciousness level... On my belief products "MAGIX" simply would rise on new qualitative level, they and so are very good!!!, but there is a possibility to be even better!!! And I would like to see DAWS from with 64 bit internal process... ...+1 Great way of putting it! Look the OP and some others are getting very confused. 1. "Samplitude running in 64 bit" is already possible with the lAA versions and the biggest benefit is the program being able to use more then 4 GB of ram. 2. "Samplitude's audio engine is 64 bit float and all calculations are performed at 64 bit float throughout the signal path. (basically the same thing samplitude does now BUT with 32 bit float).- Samplitude does not do this yet and I would love to hear if Sam planning the jump. The benefits of 64 bit audio are real. It would be amazing if Sam decided to do it's version of 64 bit float and upgrade all its internal plugins to 64 bit float.