analoginthebox.com wrote: You as as a developer should know the Nebula SRC algorithm that is pretty unacceptable! You could measure it, or use your ears and you will see/hear that a 96KHz -> 44.1KHz converted version gets worse than a native 44.1 version. A simple converter loop confirms that.
Besides that there could appear all kinds of minor issues with converted programs. For the Germanos series, NAT failed completely at deconvolving a simple 96KHz EQ. Giancarlo and I tried to understand this behaviour, but did'nt get a solution. There are issues, period. Just search through the old forum archieves about users reporting strange behaviour...
Nikklas I´m an owner of your products as well as Alexb´s and CdSoundmaster´s stuff, I don´t have any technical knowledge about Nebula´s guts, but I have ears, and 95 % of my mixing sessions relies on CdSoundmaster and Alexb stuff (yours too).... I never listened nothing but good things to my tracks when these are processed by Alex consoles/eq´s or CdSounmaster eq´s/tapes, no sound degradation or whatever, even more, I couldn´t mix without them right now. The same with plate and spring reverb from VNXT. Oh, and I work at 44/24.
burnsound wrote:All this sample rate discussion is seriously off-topic in this thread.
If you all want to debate sample rates, please be polite and start a thread related to that specifically.
This thread is about the Germanos EQ.
My focus though is to keep The Germanos at an elevated status and not let it get devalued due to some posts about sample rate. I can move and sort this thread out if Niklas doesn't want this talk here.
Alright, the sample rate discussion posts have been moved to General-Off-topic section so this one is only about Germanos. So please post over there for any further thoughts about the sample rate discussions