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Do the Voxengo Plugins have a preferred sample rate.

I use 44.1 as it is CD standard, requiring no sample rate conversion on export, and I do not work with tape.

I would switch to 48 in a minute if there was a boost in sound quality or significant reduction in CPU using Voxengo Plugins.

And is there any possibility they could be converted to use 64bit I/O in Sonar 5s DP engine.

Thank you

Don


44.1kHz is my suggested sample rate.  However, usually plug-ins do work at higher sample rates (96kHz, for example) as well.

Right now I'm not planning to support 64-bit interfacing.  However, it may appear at a later time.

There is still no properly supported version of Windows XP in 64 bit - x64 is beta software.

Server 2003 supports 64 bit, but is not recommended for DAW usage.

As far as the whole 64 bit thing goes, I for one am waiting until Vista is available and at Service Pack 1, with Dual, Dual Core 64 bit Xeon CPU.

Then - and only then.

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Neil, Sonar5 additionally supports 64-bit floating point interfacing in VST plug-ins (via optional VST opcode) - that's not quite the same as 64 bit code.

Ah.

Not being a Sonar owner, I didn't know that.

Appreciate the correction.

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I've been using 88.2KHz for a while for tracking and recording in Sonar 4.0.4 with NO problems ( so far )

I have gone back to 44.1KHz for mixdown to CD.

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