Hi all, I work at 44.1, I was thinking of getting my first CDSoundmaster console but was reading they're all sampled at 96. I noticed some "soapy" sound in the high end when I was testing the S4E but not when testing his other consoles. So wondering if this is a common problem, should I just avoid consoles not sampled at 44? Or is this not really an issue and mostly in my mind? Any advice would be great thanks! -R
When you have the flashing "!", the samplerate conversion has failed. You must increase the CNV rate in the MASTER page (switch from "Simple" to "Guru" to see the CNV RATE) to the max (9000), and then RELOAD the library.
No issues with SRC at all. If it is flashing, it has not converted to the proper rate. The internal src in the NebPro engine works very well.
One interesting point is that harmonic content responds to the range of frequencies as well. When I did months of early tests on the process, I made comparisons to numerous original hardware sampling from the ADC at different rates, then comparing to different SRC options. Those which respond the most accurately also maintain the relationship of harmonics the most accurately.
I recommend using only the Reverb instance of NebPro. I also recommend making no adjustments to the MAST other than Rate Cnvt to a high number so that it never refuses to src or makes an error in adjusting src.
When loading in a project that has more than one rate on files- or after closing and reopening a session- it is good to check NebPro instances to make sure they correctly adjusted- no flashing.
xabilon wrote:When you have the flashing "!", the samplerate conversion has failed. You must increase the CNV rate in the MASTER page (switch from "Simple" to "Guru" to see the CNV RATE) to the max (9000), and then RELOAD the library.