Hi all, I know I have broached this topic before, but this is a slightly different angle. Now, I made the mistake before of recording at 48khz and then trying to down-sample to 44.1khz and found that I did not like it at all. Then someone hooked me up with Voxengo's R8Brain which did my conversions for me much slicker than I could previously and fixed my problems. Now! I read somewhere in this forum someone commented on the fact that mathematically converting from 48khz to 44.1khz will not give a product as good as if you had recorded at 44.1khz to start with because of the errors associated with the conversion when you down-sample only 11%ish. Which is why going from 88.2khz is a good thing, because the (I'm making $*^t up here guys) errors in extrapolating data are less when things are in even amounts... With the gear I have I can hear this to be true however someone in a position to know more than me (he owns a studio) is telling me I should record in 48khz then down-sample like he does in the studio... I've been going through my signal processing notes from uni and I'm coming up blank. Anyone got proof? Lets get mathematical.