What's the difference between 16 or 24-bit WAV?
If you are unsure of which bit-depth to order, chances are you are recording at 16-bit. This is the standard resolution of a CD (16-bit, 44.1khz) and is the default for many audio applications. Along with 16-bit loops, we offer a 24-bit version for our customers who have the setup to take advantage of this higher resolution format. Whether or not this is right for you depends on the capabilities of your sound card, software application and the requirements of your projects. We can't answer the question, "Does my sound card support 24-bit audio?" Because we don't know. But email us and we'll send you a file for you to test. Our general recommendation is that if you're not already using 24-bit, then you order the 16-bit version. You may want to read the following articles or check out the Cakewalk link in the next FAQ as well. Tweakheadz, 24BitFaq.org