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Real Life delivery formats 44.1/48 kHz @ 16/24 bits Files formats Specification of the Broadcast Wave Format (BWF) - EBU RF64: An Extended File Format for Audio - EBU Standard Mixing Levels for Movie Theater, DVD, TV, Internet, Radio and Games gearslutz thread Interfaces AES/EBU TV : ATSC A/85 EBU R128 Video Game Sony ASWG Apple iTune Mastered ...


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Regarding levels there is an article by Jeff Towne http://transom.org/2011/levels/ – excellent explanation of every aspect of this complicated area. It's not so easy to say "max DB standard".


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ATSC/85 is the US broadcast standard. They have a really well done and extensive PDF at ATSC.org


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Most radio spots are done at 48K sampling rate, audio post in general really. Here in the US there aren't any broadcast level specs, most people just set their output limiters at -1 or 2. From there you just mix with your monitors at the correct level and make a nice sounding mix. The stations themselves handle the final compression before the signal is ...


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