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Old 12th October 2015
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Originally Posted by pencilextremist View Post
It amazes me that so many people still use 44.1 and 48k in this day and age.
Many studios and facilities still have older systems where cpu can sometimes be an issue with higher track counts and plugins, especially if LFAC based. also depends on who might be editing it, and what they are running at home, etc.

For post work, music for film, tv, etc. 24/48k is still the deliverable standard, so it very often stays there start to finish, especially if working directly with video in PT, Nuendo, DP etc.

I prefer 24/96k too, but any differences are often subtle compared to other things that are much more of a factor (room, mics, placement, source, preamp etc.).