I've been using Logic for sometime now. However, I've not really attempted to put anything on to a CD yet. I don't want this to turn into a debate about sample rates, etc., but I have been using 48 as opposed to 44.1. And I combine midi tracks with Audio. To get the basis for the .wav file, I go out and bring the midi tracks back in as an audio file, and then do the "Bouce" at 16 bit, which means the .wav file is now 16/48. So the question is, what method have you found best to convert down to 16/44.1 and retain quality for a CD. It would appear the only way to do this in Logic is "The Digital Factory" in the "Sample rAte Converter". Is this the case or do you use something different to get better quality? AND...Do you convert the original raw audio track first prior to the bounce, or do you do it in another fashion?