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When changing the song setting from 44.1kHz to 96KHZ, the VSTi sound is not imming correctly

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asked Nov 27, 2019 in Studio One 3 by take_de_x (160 points)
Hello Everyone
I am using StudioOne3.5 in a Windows7

I was working at a 44.1kHz setting. The setting was changed to 96kHz halfway.
The frozen VSTi waveform now looks like the following figure.

  • The waveform is output faster than the midi note.
  • In the song that started with 96kHz setting from the beginning, VSTi sounded right.

Is it incorrect to change the sample rate along the way?
Please let me know if there is a formal procedure

thank you

1 Answer

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answered Nov 29, 2019 by mrekkepstdyo (620 points)
selected Nov 30, 2019 by take_de_x
 
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I've had this problem lately. These events occur when switching one sample to other sampling rates. Can you try measuring by pressing the "Q" key? To synchronize the tempo from the end of the track, press and hold the last part of the track and press the "Alt" key and drag. it doesn't sound like the first sound, but it still saves 80 percent of the sound.

To avoid such problems
If you are recording live instruments, the "48 kHz" cycle is sufficient.
Otherwise, 44.1 kHz is ideal if you record.

Your registration start step should be correct to avoid problems in the track-to-end loop. Changing along the way is wrong and wastes time.

As far as I know it's not the official procedure.

I wish you good work.
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