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Question: How does the noise shaping in Reaper work?
Asked by datajake1999 (172.115.154.x) on March 28 2023, 4:44am
Reply on March 29 2023, 10:42pm:
    Maybe schwa can respond in the comments... :)

  • Posted by schwa (67.245.193.x) on April 20 2023, 7:19pm:
    Generally, by redistributing the noise energy into frequencies that humans are less sensitive to. Specifically, by generating a filter that is essentially the inverse of an equal loudness contour, so frequencies that we perceive as louder are cut and frequencies that we perceive as quieter are boosted. Then isolating the quantization noise and applying the filter to it.

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