32 bits float Audio Format
In Usine only the 32bits floating point audio file format is available for
recording in the direct-to-disk-panel
and the samplers
Main advantages are:
- Never clips or saturates, even if the audio level is +30dB...
It's good for a live software, because if you record your session you
don't care about audio levels.
- very fast to process on modern 32/64 bits CPU's,
- no rounding conversion needed, for best quality.
- 32 bits precision (which is, in the real life, less but we'll discuss about that another time)