Pure digital bit perfect WAV recording

Aug 12, 2015 at 3:05 PM
For pure digital bit perfect recording use Virtual Audio Cable
and delete "lame.exe" to have raw WAV file.
Feb 24, 2016 at 6:42 PM
What Bit Depth and Sample Rate do you recommend me to choose using Virtual Audio Cable for having the max quality without any losses?
I can put the maximum option but I think I'll only lose memory (because each track will be 87 mbps) and the sound will be = to other options.
Thank you so much!!!
Feb 25, 2016 at 12:17 PM
Well after searching for some audio info, I have concluded that the most practical way to record music is in "16 bit, 44100 Hz" = CD Audio quality. That's the default quality that our ears are able to recognise, if you go up on quality, your files will be heavier and you wont find the difference unless you have an abnormal ear or your an expert in music (anyways the difference will be very little).
As Anocs say, if you want to have the raw WAV file just delete "lame.exe", but if you want the file to be less heavy you should keep lame.exe to convert the wav file to mp3 automatically (I would recommend to download the latest version of it, http://lame.sourceforge.net/).