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Beginner ?: Converting 96khz to 44.1khz.

I'm sure this is a very simple answer, but I can't seem to figure it out. I've recently started recording w/ an omni studio/ delta 66 on a G4 w/ Delta Logic w/ a sampling rate of 96 khz/ 24 bit. I want to bounce to a 44.1 khz aiff in order to burn to CD, but it ends up slowing the track down. I also tried converting the sample rate within Logic, but that doesn't seem to work either. How do I do this? PLEASE HELP

Beginner ?: Converting 96khz to 44.1khz.

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I don't presently have Logic installed. I know Sound Forge does the re-sampling easily and well. Sorry can't offer more help.

Beginner ?: Converting 96khz to 44.1khz.

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Originally posted by jcdub
I'm sure this is a very simple answer, but I can't seem to figure it out. I've recently started recording w/ an omni studio/ delta 66 on a G4 w/ Delta Logic w/ a sampling rate of 96 khz/ 24 bit. I want to bounce to a 44.1 khz aiff in order to burn to CD, but it ends up slowing the track down. I also tried converting the sample rate within Logic, but that doesn't seem to work either. How do I do this? PLEASE HELP


I'm not sure if this will help or not but I have a Delta1010 and use Logic (though on windows).  I've seen the problem you have described before, and the last time it happened to me I believe it was because in the soundcard's control applet I had the setting "lock sampling rate" checked.  Maybe you should check to make sure you have this turned off and see if that helps any.  I believe the Delta66 uses a similar control panel to that of the Delta1010 so it might make sense.

 
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