Dithering has two meanings. The first is what I’ve been doing lately, although I have submitted my latest Institute of Public Affairs Reviewcolumn, plus a lengthy piece to Australian HI-FI on … dithering. In this latter context dither is noise added to digital audio to reduce other problems. Being a true gentleman, Greg Borrowman, the editor of Australian HI-FI, has not only purchased this article but granted me permission to simultaneously post it here. For your edification. But do buy the magazine when it comes out. Aside from the graphics being more detailed in my piece, and it including my DVD reviews on Adaptation and Being John Malkovich, it will have lots of great stuff not written by me.

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