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Old 04-25-2005, 03:20 PM
stickytapenrust stickytapenrust is offline
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Default sample rate conversion

Hey guys I just upgraded to HD. My old system was a 002 with ADATS... One session was recorded at 44.1 with the external Adat set to 48K... Now I have my Apogee converters and can't seem to get the sample rate back... The session is playing too SLOW... I can't seem to set my converters to a different sample rate than my PT session. My Session is at 44.1 and I need my clock to be 48... Are there any tips on converting? What can I convert to? to make it play...? Please Help...

Mac Dual G4 1. GHz
1.25GB Ram
PT 6.7
OS 10.3.5
DA 16x
Rosetta 800
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