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Old 04-19-2002, 02:03 AM
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Default Sample Rate Conversion

I read a recent thread that stated when dithering, with say an L1 in a session that was set at 24 bit at 41.1khz, there is no need to convert after bounce when going to cd. Now I think I understand, but my question is if I have converted at 'tweakhead', is it gonna affect my master?

So I think I converted the info. when there was no need to.
I think it was Kamurah that explained this.
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