I was curious if intersample peaking (when converting 48 to 44.1) is a concern when using min phase. Since you are resampling using a virtual A/D converter i would think there would be no peaking. Is my little brain correct in thinking this?
You shouldn't see any inter sample peaking at all - assuming that the file has not been slammed with a brickwall limiter to artificially raise the levels.
It is a much better solution to leave plenty of headroom - I recommend recalibrating your system so that -20dB Pink Noise = 0dBFS.
In addition, use an SPL meter on one speaker at a time and set the SPL to 85dB at these levels.
This will give you a close approximation of K-standard levels.
At first, things will sound a little quieter than you might be used to, but when you get used to it and meter correctly with a K-system meter - Elephant has just got this in it's current Beta version, or if you use RME hardware it is available with DigiCheck for free.
Your mixes will travel better too.
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