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Old 02-08-2023, 04:28 PM
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I was just thinking it would further lower the latency. But it would also make my song files pretty huge. Iím happy to let 96 kHz go, but someday I might experiment with it. Not for now, though.

I switched to 96k a few years ago because I hear a big difference in the clarity & detail of sources, especially more complex sources like acoustic strings, and sources with a lot of high end content (like cymbals, bells, shakers, tambourines, etc).



I still use 48k for all my video projects...but that's just the standard for that industry.
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