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Old 13th July 2013
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Sonic Studio Process SRC

Hello anyone tried the new SRC algo in this and if so IYHO is it better than izotopes ?

One for Gerry Tubb perhaps? I know he works with Sonic or is a user.
Old 13th July 2013
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Hello anyone tried the new SRC algo in this and if so IYHO is it better than izotopes ?

One for Gerry Tubb perhaps? I know he works with Sonic or is a user.
Hi Neil, I don't work for Sonic, just a satisfied user.

From all reports I've heard, the Sonic SRC is excellent.

If its any better than iZotope's is subjective opinion I suppose.

That said, I rarely use SRC in my daily workflow, but tend to capture a the destination/delivery rate.

Best, JT
Old 14th July 2013
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If we're talking about the "new" old SRC, not the one that was initially in sB, it's excellent. It's in some elite company. I'd still take Saracon or the iZotope with the extended controls in RX advanced, but I'm not sure I'd want to have to take a double blind test on those three SRCs. At that level, any of them are just fine and then some.
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