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How on earth does one use the resampler in foobar?
I've been searching all over the place and all I can find are old guides showing an old version of foobar with an interface for the resampler that actually makes sense, but now there is just a blank space that says "DSP chain presets."   

I noticed that by default with no settings it resamples to 48k. What I'm trying to do is convert some ridiculous 24/96 files into a more reasonable 24/44.1.

There must be a site for the PPHS resampler somewhere with a list of settings, or is there not? (It certainly doesn't show up on google)

My query is more curiosity than anything else, but I would like to know how.

FLAC -> JDS Labs ODAC/O2 -> Sennheiser HD 650

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How on earth does one use the resampler in foobar?
Reply #1
In the DSP preferences page, there is a configure button related to the selected DSP. Are you looking for options beyond these?

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How on earth does one use the resampler in foobar?
Reply #2
http://wiki.hydrogenaudio.org/index.php?ti..._Prefs_fb2k.png

Copy Resampler (PPHS) from available to active DSPs and configure it.
  • Last Edit: 08 April, 2012, 11:19:44 PM by lvqcl

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How on earth does one use the resampler in foobar?
Reply #3
"I hear it when I see it."

How on earth does one use the resampler in foobar?
Reply #4
All I had to do is select it and hit "configure selected" doh.

Thanks for your time.

1375 kbps FLAC isn't too bad.
  • Last Edit: 09 April, 2012, 06:16:30 PM by Satellite_6
FLAC -> JDS Labs ODAC/O2 -> Sennheiser HD 650