Soundtrap is a really good acoustic sketchpad I want to use to create short jingles.
I tried it today and just created my first very jingle with it.
Everything fine so far. The quality is pretty good and the tool is easy to use :).
Then I downloaded the wav from my work and did further mastering processing with it in audacity.
During that, I noticed the reverb sounds gets fuzzy and "bitty" just short before it runs into total silence.
This is usually a sign for improper or missing dither during export.
Do the wav files have dither applied?
I don't think so. It sounds very like simple truncation from a 32 bit float source.
After a few attempts I ended up with "exporting" by recording it as 32 float during playback from my soundcard wav output to circumvent this.
Can I get a properly dithered wav file out of my project?
The MP3 version doesn't have this issue, but is lossy.
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