Music Technology 101: Dithering Explained (1/2) - Quantization Noise

Music Technology 101: Dithering Explained (1/2) - Quantization Noise

Video Analysis for Music Technology 101: Dithering Explained (1/2) - Quantization Noise

May 27, 2014

600 x 360


5 / 5 (0 ratings)


  • A


  • 5 / 5


  • 3


  • 0



  • USER




  • $0


  • $0 - $0


  • $0 - $0



  • 0


  • 0


  • 0


* We try our best to gather the video's growth rate. This is an estimate for a cumulative growth of views.


Music Technology 101: Dithering Explained (1/2) - Quantization Noise


In this two-part video tutorial I will explain dithering from the ground up. For your convenience, here are the links to the two parts:

Part 1:

Part 2:

You do not need any special background in signal processing, audio or dithering to follow the current videos. However, you should know what bit depth means. If you don’t, fear not! Just watch my short video tutorial about bit-depth and sampling rates right here:

What’s in Part 1: Dithering is all about getting rid of quantization noise. What is quantization noise? Glad you’ve asked, because that’s exactly what we’re going to cover in the first part! Shortly put, quantization noise is the noise i...



  • 0 TWEETS

  • 0 +1's

  • 0 PINS




    Report Video. Please select the category that most closely reflects your concern about the video, so that we can review it and determine whether it violates our ...

  •   Dithering 101 -

    Dithering 101 . Description : ... Music Technology 101: Dithering Explained (2/2) ... Music Technology 101: Dithering Explained (1/2) ...

  •   Quantization Noise -

    Music Technology 101: Dithering Explained (1/2) - Quantization Noise, Analysis of Quantization Error, Quantization Part 1: What is quantization, Quantization Part 5 ...

  •   Learn and talk about Quantization (music), Music production

    ... all focused on Quantization (music) , and makes it easy to learn ... In digital music processing technology, quantization is the process of ...

  •   Learn and talk about Music technology, Music technology

    Learn and talk about Music technology , and check out ... Music and sound technology ... Music Technology 101: Dithering Explained (1/2) ...

  •   Abraham Munguía - Google+

    Music Technology 101: Dithering Explained (1/2) - Quantization Noise. View 1 reply on YouTube. Abraham Munguía Shared publicly - Coyotes ...

  •   Quantization (signal processing) - Videos - Mashpedia

    Music Technology 101: Dithering Explained (1/2) - Quantization Noise Published: 2013/10/21. Channel: MangoldProject. Digital Signal ...

  •   Lo studio personale: schede audio #2 | MusicOff

    Sempre sul dithering vedi anche: Music Technology 101: Dithering Explained (1/2) - Quantization Noise; Music Technology 101: Dithering Explained (2/2) - What, Why …

  •   Dither Dither - World News Network

    Audio Dither Explained, Introduction To Dither | iZotope Insider Tips, Dither @ Signal Flow Podcast, Dither - The Architect, Igneon System - Mind Control ...

  •   quantized 5 - Download Songs and Music Videos for Free ...

    ... Free MP3 and Music Video downloads - Like us if you love us close Gosong Shake ... Topic 5-3: Phonon Quantization ...

  •   Can You Really Hear the Difference Between Lossless, Lossy Audio?

    Even so, digital music sites like HDtracks claim about three hundred thousand people visit each month to purchase hi-def music. And for music purists, some of whom are convinced there's a significant difference in sound quality, listening to lossy file ...   •   5 years ago

  •   Producer-engineer Young Guru on what good sound sounds like

    Last Wednesday, I went to the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music at NYU to meet with Young Guru. He was in New York with The Recording Academy's Grammy U 13-city tour visiting colleges across the country. The tour started on April 8 in …

    Steve Guttenberg   •   CNet   •   5 years ago!

  •   CDC whistleblower” William Thompson appears to have turned antivaccine

    The study showed no correlations because it all averaged out as noise. This is, by the way, the same mistake that astrologers make (remember that crusty pseudoscience?). They look at many variables then cherry pick the outliers. At best what this study ...

    ScienceBlogs   •   3 years ago

  •   Federal Circuit Nightmare in CLS Bank v. Alice Corp.

    Today’s irresolution concerning section 101 affects not only this court and the trial courts, but also the PTO examiners and agency tribunals, and all who invent and invest in new technology. The uncertainty of administrative and judicial outcome and the ...

    Gene Quinn   •   xfinity.   •   5 years ago

  •   The Baby Boom Generation, Part I of III - The Wonder Years

    Sooner or later, all wars come to an end. When World War II ended after six long years in August 1945, the United States alone among war combatants emerged largely unscathed with enormous international prestige and domestic prosperity that was about …

    Daily Kos   •   7 years ago

  •   Preaching to the Choir

    The vast majority of people reading this article will vote for Romney, some grumpily, some not. In sum, we’re preaching to the choir, albeit a somewhat fractious one. So we’re not changing anyone’s mind — or hardly anyone. At best we’re giving ...

    PJ Media   •   6 years ago

  •   Garrett Lisi's Theory of Everything!

    Garrett Lisi has a new paper, “An Exceptionally Simple Theory of ... to how we can use such loopholes to mix up bosons and fermions in an unexpected way, and explained clearly why this was possible even though you might initially be skeptical, than ...

    Sean Carroll   •   Discover Magazine   •   11 years ago

  •   Rethinking NIMBY: Why Wind Power Could Lead To New Ways of Defining (and Dealing With) Public Naysaying

    But when it came time to talk to the people living nearby, the school ran into some opposition. In particular, from a farmer who thought the noise and appearance of the wind turbine would lower property values. The punchline: He was a pig farmer.*

    Maggie Koerth-Baker   •   Boing Boing (blog)   •   9 years ago

  •   Coordinated Central Banks Liquidity Injections: Too Little Too Late To Address the Fundamental Problems of the Financial System

    Author: Nouriel Roubini · December 12th, 2007 · ...

    Econo Monitor   •   10 years ago

  •   The rising tide of climate change

    The climate is changing, according to a new report from the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) and the CSIRO. Days and nights are getting hotter, sea levels are rising, rainfall patterns are changing. Yawn. Heard it all before. Perhaps it's because not everyone ...

    ABC Online   •   6 years ago

  • Show More