Guess these are some advanced questions so would really appreciate your help.
1) Is there a difference between the 64 Bit Double precision Cakewalk optionally has (essentially the mixer operating at 64 bit floating point wordlength )
and the 64 bit audio engine advertised with Sonar? I saw an explanation a while ago in this Youtube
video about the new Cubase 64 bit audio engine where the narrator claimed that this has nothing to do with wordlength but with rounding and avoiding quantisation errors. Or are they one and the same and the narrator is wrong?
2) Does Cakewalk dither at the Master fader output automatically? At some point all our floating point audio reaches the driver of our interface, which in most cases will operate at fixed 24 bit wordlength. Does Cakewalk automatically dither in this case in order to not truncate what we hear at the real time output?