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Just wanted to say hello and introduce myself. Gibson sent me packing. I rushed on to find another DAW. I have Mixcraft 8 Pro Studio and was considering renewing my Reaper license. I haven't used Reaper for quite a long time. In the meantime, I came across the spectacular deal for Samplitude Pro X3 Suite. Very grateful for that. I am loving Samplitude so far. I get the occasional "lost ASIO buffer" message but I played around with some settings and it seems to be fine now. Although I am new to the software I am already comfortable with the basics. I have much more to learn but that's ok. And on that note I'd like to send out major kudos to Kraznet and Tim Dolbear. I've learned so much from your tutorials and can't thank you both enough for the time and dedication you've put into making them. THANK YOU!! I look forward to the days ahead!
As the title asks, can anyone (of sound mind and body) explain to me why anyone would waste resources to record at 192khz (and higher)? I know the short answer -- clients. But... (Please tell me nobody "bounces up" to 192khz. If so, why would they? That seems crazy to me.) Perhaps this article (on playback at 24/192) has tainted my understanding. After all, that article is about playback and music delivery. I'm willing to give the benefit of the doubt that recording may be a different matter, but I need convincing. Anyone? Or has this become such an ideological debate that the question should be banned from the forum? :-p Terry