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womble dung
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Caustic's defualt output sample rate?

Yes, windows 10, yes update as of Oct 2020, and yes, as ever, audio issues as windows defualts are RUBBISH and not for pro music use.

But, having ensured all my mx-1 mixer settings, wind 10 settings are all running on compatible sample rates, ams till getting crackling issues (actually just took a new amp back to a shop which probably had nothing to do with the issue before i noticed it was actually windows, but what the heck, no harm done... to me at any rate... ideally sample rate!), BUT, though it isn't the cause or part of the issue, it DID make me consider what the sample rate being output from caustic is?

 

SO, yes, main question really is simple ''what is caustic 3.2's defualt, or only, ouptut sample rate of work produced?

 

And perhaps B, aving no luck with all the trouble shooting, hints, suggestion, nor maunually having gone through everythihng myself found ANYTHING which stops this insesant crackling. Means i cannot test anything at high vomune either when neighbours not around as it just isn't worth it. Awful. Like a crackly old shi*ty piece of vynil.

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44.1 khz I think....

44.1 khz I think....

Amel
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44.1khz

44.1khz
16bit.
I know that because we write about this before. However you can change that sample rate using a code on the secret numpad.

8863
After you enter this number add your own sample rate.

Example

8863440 this is an original rate

8863432 this is optional rate.

Works well with Fm synthesis.

But if set your rate like this.

8863000

You will get some very interesting results.

Good luck.

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Caustic is mixed at 44.1k,

Caustic is mixed at 44.1k, the last Windows 10 update was horrible and reset a ton of native settings.

Totally screwed up my graphics driver and other things.

Years ago I used this check list, one of my audio interfaces is a focusrite 6i6.

https://support.focusrite.com/hc/en-gb/articles/207355205-Optimising-you...

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Sorry Amel, but the numpad

Sorry Amel, but the numpad thing has nothing to do with sample rate. That's for changing the global pitch tuning for the keyboard.

https://singlecellsoftware.com/comment/100536#comment-100536

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UncleAfx

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You are correct. This is not a code for sample rate.
But while we are in this area I want to ask does the normalisation in the wave editor has the effect on the sample rates. Or it is just a volume thing that is normalized. And does the change in the normalisation range changes the volume setting of whole app, or it's just the wave editor.

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Well, so caustic's sample

Well, so caustic's sample rate is 44,100 Hz right? If you zoom in on a waveform in the editor, what that means is for every 1 second of audio there are 44,100 of those little dots. The higher the sample rate, the more dots per second, in other words higher resolution, and bigger file size.
So no, normalization has no effect on sample rate. That just changes the amplitude of just that one waveform.