I work mostly at 44.1k and it seems like many (if not most) of the programs sampled and prepared at 96k do just fine using the internal conversion. I guess some people prefer a native 44.1k for faster load times but we're talking about a couple seconds, just not that critical to me.
You might just check out the 96k ones in a 44.1 environment and see how they do.
ngarjuna wrote:You might just check out the 96k ones in a 44.1 environment and see how they do.
Well, that's the problem: at 44.1K my programs do not sound like they should if you compare them to the real EQ. I can almost say that it doesn't come even close! When starting a 96K project, it is very hard to hear the differences.
scottkane wrote:And you did very good!!! welcome to the family
Meanwhile I found out that the problem in gain differences seem to be caused by the fact that i'm sampling at 96K and I didn't manage to solve it. Going back to 44.1K is the solution and everything is sampled well. I will stick to 44.1K for now as I have only two evenings left to sample the units before they will go back to the owner. Better good presets on 44.1K than bad ones on 96K.
I only managed to do the N*****n PEV and PEV B EQ's because it took way more work than expected. Nevertheless the result is great, especially for a first try. The presets come very close to the original and you will immediately hear the special sound of these EQ's. I especially love the PEV, which is the sweetest sounding of them all.