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High Sample Rate?

Postby Donald S » Fri Feb 25, 2005 07:16

Does anyone know if Merging is coming out with a high sample rate option for native?

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Re: High Sample Rate?

Postby Graemme » Fri Feb 25, 2005 07:23

Yup...part of V5.

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Donald S wrote:Does anyone know if Merging is coming out with a high sample rate option for native?

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Postby Donald S » Fri Feb 25, 2005 07:42

Thanks Graemme!

Any idea when?

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Postby Graemme » Fri Feb 25, 2005 10:46

Sorry Don,

I don't have any idea when. It's in beta, but there is *much* to do.

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Donald S wrote:Thanks Graemme!

Any idea when?

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Postby aomahana » Thu Mar 03, 2005 00:40

Hello,

This is indeed encouraging.

I hold the view, that for Pyramix Native to be competitive, and more widely accepted, any restrictions are counter-productive. The Native format imposes it's own limitations.

I would also like to see the in and out track count increased.
Often more than one stereo track has first to be combined before mastering.
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