What is the difference between the 32-bit and the 64-bit version?

The 32-bit version is meant for older computers with less memory and/or a 32-bit Operating System.

The signal path is 32-bit for the 32-bit version, while the signal path is 64-bit for the 64-bit version, the latter being more precise but requiring twice the memory. Additionally, the 64-bit version makes use of the latest instruction sets (such as SSE) on the more modern CPUs to speed up processing tasks.

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