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Old 04-22-2018, 07:09 AM
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What about calling the studio you recorded it at, an asking them if they still have the session on file and would they convert the sample rate and export the session data, or just export the midi tracks to a disk or flash drive as WAV audio files ?
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What about calling the studio you recorded it at, an asking them if they still have the session on file and would they convert the sample rate and export the session data, or just export the midi tracks to a disk or flash drive as WAV audio files ?

That was always an option. But I wanted to overcome my lack of knowledge and find a working solution, one that lets my work it out in my home studio.


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I answered your PM, but thought I'd post here too...in case anyone has additional insight.

I would create a new session file then import the old session. It should convert everything to the new sample rate.

You could try to open the session file after disassociating the audio. I'd just copy the session file to a new location & try opening the copy. The unknown for me here is that I've never tried to open a session that was at a sample rate my current PT didn't support, so I don't know what happens. Even if you copy the session to a new location and try opening so it "lost" the audio, I don't know what happens. The session has the bit depth & sample rate info stored in it. Would it just downsample & open. Not sure.

i would try the import option first. That should do the trick. The only thing I would be concerned with, is if PT LE somehow doesn't support importing another session. That's the kind of thing Avid would do

I think the import option will work. I am out of town for a couple of days but will report back once I give it a try

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