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Old 03-08-2005, 06:46 PM
Jasperdog Jasperdog is offline
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I have an 001. After bouncing to disc...then burning to CD. The CD plays back S L O W. I tried several CD players.....any help is appreciated. Thank You
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Old 03-08-2005, 09:13 PM
vicwind vicwind is offline
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Default Re: Answer Please

it sounds to me like you have the wrong settings for sample rate.... check that you in fact have selected 44.1khz as your sample rate in the bounce dialog. this is the only sample rate that a redbook cd can handle. if you recorded at a higher sample rate like 48 or 88.2, playback will be slower. if that isn't the answer then someone else jump in here!
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