Hey ya'll! Long time no see. For the past year or two I haven't been doing much recording or spending time online, but the past few weeks have brought major changes to my life, so I hope to be around more. I'm living in Canada again, and I'm hoping to stay here for a while. Anyways... I guess because I'm rusty I failed to make sure that all my files in this project were properly converted into the correct sample and bit rates when I first set out. After spending a dozen hours or so working on it I noticed that the notes didn't quite sound right when I pitch corrected them. That's when I realized that my sample rates were all messed up. Now I'm trying to sort this all out and learn from my mistakes. So my question is this: converting from 44.1khz to 48khz and from 16 bit to 24 bit seems to have raised the pitch 1.3 tones, as best as my ears can tell. But is there a way I can calculate exactly how much the pitch was changed?