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Old 09-16-2019, 04:51 PM
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256 @48k should be well within limits for monitoring, divas aside.

128 @48k should work for anyone. divas can complain if they have a bad day

64 @48k is so fast no human ear should have problem with it


Except you can hear comb filtering even at 64 samples.

Has pretty much annoyed every VO artist Iíve worked with. It annoys me too.


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Old 09-16-2019, 06:25 PM
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Except you can hear comb filtering even at 64 samples.

Has pretty much annoyed every VO artist Iíve worked with. It annoys me too.


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Only if you are listening to both input(pre-converter)AND the sound from Pro Tools. I would never do that
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Old 09-16-2019, 07:00 PM
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Only if you are listening to both input(pre-converter)AND the sound from Pro Tools. I would never do that
It's sure worth checking you don't have hardware and software monitoring blending like that. But some people perceive comb filtering through their head and the monitored signal.

This is an argument neither side is likely to win in a debate. Folks who don't hear a problem... great. Folks who do and have issues well they are going to want lower latency. You can put me more in the skeptical corner about ultra-low latency needs and I'm all for doing some blind testing to make sure people are not being swayed by what they think are issues. But if folks hear a difference...
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Only if you are listening to both input(pre-converter)AND the sound from Pro Tools. I would never do that


No itís not that.

Itís hearing your voice resonating in your skull plus what your hearing in your cans. You donít get this with an all analog path as thereís no latency due to no conversion.

Like Daryl said, itís pointless going back and forth about it. If you donít hear it, great and keep on working. But it is frustrating when people dismiss it and say 256/128/64 is fine. It isnít for many people, particularly those recording dry VO. Iím actually shocked people canít hear it TBH.


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The problem is that comb filtering can affect a performance long before it becomes noticable to the listener. Only good if you are charging by the hour...
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64 works well enough for me.
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