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Masterlink - I think I goofed!

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I just wiped out my playlists by using "utility" function, thinking it would be on the "audio file", but it seems I may have wiped that out as well!

If this is true, I am sunk! I had some direct recorded material that went only to the Masterlink.

How can this be?

Tell me this isn't a lost cause!

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Mad John Fri, 08/30/2002 - 04:45
One more problem here.......

It seems this all started because I had been recording in 88.2k and could not get a digital audio signal out of the Masterlink. I did not know this, for I monitor from the unit useing the analog outs.

Now strangely I find that the Masterlink will not move out of the selected 88.2k mode, except when in analog, where it moves freely to all sample rates.

What am I doing wrong? :eek:

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mwagener Fri, 08/30/2002 - 05:36
Originally posted by John Thomas Milhorat:
Now strangely I find that the Masterlink will not move out of the selected 88.2k mode, except when in analog, where it moves freely to all sample rates.

What am I doing wrong? :eek:
Could it be that you feed 88.2 K into the digital input of the Masterlink. I think if you do, it will always lock to the dig input, unless you're playing back in a different format. Sorry to hear about the lost files.

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Mad John Fri, 08/30/2002 - 07:30
The light bulb struck, as Betty Boop's Grandpapy says, "wait........I've got it"!

I forgot about the clock on the Finalizer! Once I changed that any sample rate from the Masterlink can be obtained. My mistake!

Am I correct in assumeing then that 44.1 is the best sample rate after comming from analog tape and board? I always use 24 bit, I think that that along with the 44.1k is the way to go.

Do I hear any amens?
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