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Program to convert 44.1 recording to a 4800 ??

sdlogan9

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Is there any programs that can convert the recording speed from a 44.1 to a 4800??

In Pro tool's ?

Peace
Shane
 

Dave Klausner

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When you bounce to disk in ProTools, you can change the bit depth and sample rate. Why do you want to do that conversion?
 

Randaddy

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I convert sample rates in Cool Edit Pro. Any wave editor should. I'm guessing most all DAW programs can do this.
 

sdlogan9

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Well when I use 2 different sample rates in one song they seem to be out of key.

Peace
Shane
 

Somniferous

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If your importing from pro tools you can just open a session in 48 then select import audio (shift command I) and select the track, and it will be converted. If it is a whole session, open the 44.1 session then go File-> save copy in, then select the sampling that you want the session converted to, 48k, just make sure that the audio files get copied over by checking the box (should be selected by default).
 

SBRocket

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Protools will do the conversion for you if you import and convert rather than just import the files. But programs that are designed to just do SRC like BarbaBatch do a much better job.

Steve
 

elambo

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BarbaBatch is great, probably the best sounding option. Sound Grinder is a much cheaper alternative and sounds very good. Only a fraction less excellent than BB. ProTools import/export using TweakHead is hard to beat.
 

SBRocket

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I find tweakhead good, but BarbaBatch is better. I've never tried Sound Grinder but I hear it's good too.

Steve
 




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