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Old 09-15-2010, 06:09 PM
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Default Rosetta clock vs. MBox 2 Pro clock

Hi,

Please forgive the naivety, but in comparison, will using the MBox 2 Pro clock (verses my Rosetta 200's clock through SPDIF) have an undesirable effect on the project?

It maybe looks like because of MBox limitations, my best options might be to either do a session at 48kHz using the Rosetta clock or 96kHz using the MBox's clock. I'm looking for the highest quality possible on my project. Which of these situations wins?

Thanks so much for any insights on this!

Brian

MBox 2 Pro - Rosetta 200
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