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Trying Ozone 8
Old 2 weeks ago
  #1
Gear Nut
Trying Ozone 8

Can't seem to maintain control of the sample rate. When using as stand alone and importing 24bit/48K mixdown keeps changing my interface to 44K (audiofire 12). Am I missing something here? Is it still internally processing my mixdown in a 24/48 environment?
Old 2 weeks ago
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Originally Posted by pdiddy View Post
Can't seem to maintain control of the sample rate. When using as stand alone and importing 24bit/48K mixdown keeps changing my interface to 44K (audiofire 12). Am I missing something here? Is it still internally processing my mixdown in a 24/48 environment?
Not sure what’s going on there, but you might
want to contact Izotope tech support. They are
pretty helpful and respond fairly quickly(unless
its a weekend, but most companies take
the weekend off anyway).
Old 1 week ago
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So I've checked the manual on sample rate and it reads:

The project sample rate defaults to the sample rate of the first file that is loaded.
If a file is loaded after with a different or higher sample rate, it is converted to the original sampling rate set for the project by the first file, or manually set before the second file is loaded.
The conversion process will not convert previously converted/processed files (which are copied as working files upon load); Ozone will simply go back to the original files, create new copies, and then convert all files to the new sample rate for their new working copies.


So I guess my question is if I load a 48K file in my project, can it process my file in a 48K environment while my audio interface is set to 44K?
And i'm not setting my interface to 44K either. I'm starting with my interface set to 48K and importing a 48K file and as soon as it loads Ozone changes my interface to 44K.
Old 1 week ago
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Could be an issue from audio card, not necessarely from Ozone.
Check your card utility and try to force at desired SR.
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