I'm a newbie to digital manipulation. I took analog tape music in 4 channels (Crown CX844) recorded years ago. These were put onto Alesis HD24XR at 88.2/24 bit for archiving. We decided to burn the 4 channels onto CDs using SURCODE to encode to the fronts and surrounds. I had to convert sample rate. I played with the free version of r8brain. Then decided, after input from Aleksey and Neil to get pro. Very glad I did. So easy to use. Actually easier than free version.
Ivan Shapiro 4-ch-guy
In mastering work I often do (unscientific) blind testing where I'll A/B two files or settings (with my eyes closed) and see which I choose as better. I did this with R8Brain PRO for some 48KHz to 44.1KHz conversions and easily and consistantly chose R8Brain over Wavelab's Crystal Resampler. Just last night I stepped further to compare the R8Brain dither to UV22HR and was surprised to find I chose R8Brain Pro hands-down over UV22HR... At least on that track I was working on, it was notably less cloudy. You are making me look good... I mean sound good! Money very well spent.
Luke Gilfeather - www.TheMasteringStudio.com
I love the fact that Aleksey doesn't assume which platform his users are making music on. Instead, he offers plugins for several platforms, including Vista x64, which is a big plus for me. Thanks, Voxengo!
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