If so, what player do you use? The WAV files from my Cubasis VST don't seem to play in Windows Media Player 9 when output at 24/192. Thanks.
Originally posted by OneMileWish
It's probably your soundcard. What soundcard are you using? Most don't support 24/192.
No I don't.Originally posted by tedm
So to clarify, from your Cubase SX you can create 24/192 wav files, and play them in Windows Media Player 9? Thanks.
Originally posted by Scott Peterson
No I don't.
I don't use Media Player on anything except my work computer to play mp3's honestly.
I don't know if Media Player supports higher resolution stuff.
I would export the wav file as a 16 bit/44.1kHz and it'll play in Media Player.
Originally posted by thesedaze
This may sound like a no brainer, so sorry if it's off basis, but you are playing back through your EMU, not through your internal soundcard, right? If your internal soundcard is activated when you play things through Windows Media player, then more than likely it wouldn't support such a bit rate.