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Dave B wrote:Ah could be - I'm old school so to me 'resampling' is what you did on an Emulator II or EPS16+ ...
I would have called that rendering.
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Music Manic wrote:In the context of changing the sampling rate.
You sample rate convert material when it is at a different sample rate to the rate you want to work at, or when it is at the same rate but running asynchronously.
Many plug-in effects processors sample rate convert in order to enhance the precision of the processing, most up-sampling to a double rate and then down-sampling again afterwards to the native rate of the DAW session.
Some ADCs and DACs use SRCs as part of their jitter isolation process, performing the actual domain conversion to a locally generated clock and using the SRC to convert the signal to or from the external rate.
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