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Old 03-10-2007, 07:57 AM
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Can I you use 48 000 khz for the concert? after the concert I will mix it

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Old 03-10-2007, 08:37 AM
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Default Re: live recording 48 khz

It would be better to record at 24bit-44.1KHz and then dither down to 16bit-44.1 when your at the end of the mix/master process. If you leave the sample rate at 48KHz then when you go to play it in a CD player it will play slow.

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Just curious but why would you want to record at 48k? Are you going to a video? What is your release format?
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Just curious but why would you want to record at 48k? Are you going to a video? What is your release format?
yes it was with a camera
I got it 41 khz 24 bit
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