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Old 09-23-2019, 01:37 PM
taylor4814 taylor4814 is offline
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Default 003, unable to set 96 kHz sample rate

Pro Tools 2019.6
003 Console
Win 10 Home version 1809

Was working on 96 kHz 32-bit-float session last week; but now session opens as 44.1 kHz, and additionally, unable to set 96 kHz sample rate in create new sessions, or in hardware settings... the selection is initially allowed, but then the error message:

Getting error message: "The current playback engine doesn't support 96 kHz sample rate"

Playback Engine in Pro Tools *is* the 003;
And, as is best practice in Windows, the default audio device is *not* set to 003

(this is what usually generates this error)
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