Higher bit-depth files sound better because they have better resolution, right ? 24-bit records the signal with more accuracy so it sounds better than 16-bit, and so on ?
In fact, the only difference between 24 and 16-bit audio is the noise floor. IF you’re doing it right.
(Even 8-bit audio can store the audio with equal “resolution” – although if you do go that low, the noise will be a problem.)
Lots of people have a hard time accepting this though, so I made a video to show that it’s true – and also explain the simple way to ensure you can maintain maximum “resolution” for your audio – at any bit-depth.
So next time someone tells you digital audio is fundementally flawed because if it’s limited “resolution” – show them this video !