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Sampling rate conversion in Nebula Pro

Postby scene » Sun Mar 03, 2013 5:25 pm

Hi there,
In some libraries (especially if I use Nebula reverb) the sampling rate conversion is not detected correctly. For example, in 44.1 sessions with 48 khz libraries s it often displays 48----> 48 khz rather than 48----> 44.1 khz etc, etc… Is there anything I can do manually to correct this thing?

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Re: Sampling rate conversion in Nebula Pro

Postby botus99 » Sun Mar 03, 2013 6:20 pm

In the MAST page (click that along the bottom of Nebula), raise your RATE CNV to 9000 and then click SAVE in the upper right.

That should solve your issue ;)
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Re: Sampling rate conversion in Nebula Pro

Postby scene » Sun Mar 03, 2013 8:47 pm

Thank you botus99!

When I click on the MAST page, I see:
mastermode: 44100hz
vesrsion 1.3.505 (CII x 64 r1.2)
mode: 0 samples
meters: 7VU
Color: default



Where is that Rate CNV thing?
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Re: Sampling rate conversion in Nebula Pro

Postby botus99 » Mon Mar 04, 2013 2:30 am

Ah I forgot to mention it needs to be in the GURU setting. There should be a setting that is currently SIMPLE, just change that to GURU and you'll be able to change the RATE CNV
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