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@HotShotGG: I really appreciate the work you're doing. As English is not my native language and my time is limited, I naturally make (hopefully small) mistakes. Your latest changes seem to be an improvement as well. I didn't realize that a personal viewpoint of writing isn't all that professional ;) --Frodoontop 16:48 01 Nov 2006 (CDT)

Don't worry about it that's why I am here and I enjoy writing. In a technical sense it is when your communicating a message. If it were anything else it wouldn't matter. --HotshotGG 18:01 01 Nov 2006 (CDT)

One has to wonder though: can 3 bytes actually be heard in a wav file that produces 180.000 bytes per second?

Yes, they can be heard. Take a file without lots of high-frequency harmonics and put a 0x7FFF or 0x8000 sample in and it will be a very audible pop. 02:53, 18 October 2013 (CEST)