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Improving audio performanceSystem configuration ► Bit depths for rendering audio

You can choose the bit depth that SONAR uses for such operations as bouncing tracks, freezing tracks, and applying effects (these processes are referred to as rendering). This bit depth is set at 32 by default, which allows large level changes without clipping, and with greater dynamic range, especially in soft parts of your music. You can also render at 64 bits for greatest precision.
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Go to Edit > Preferences > File - Audio Data.
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Under File Bit Depths, change the Render Bit Depth field to the desired number.
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