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When is recording at 192 kHz necessary?

What sample rates are people using to record? I want to use more than 44.1, probably 96 kHz. What is the audible difference between 96 and 192, and when, if, is 192 kHz recording necessary?

Later I will be recording audio for video and if 48 is standard for dvds, should I keep it there for syncing purposes? Will there be any advantage to recording at the higher rates for video?

PreSonus Studio 192 Audio Interface Doubles as Studio Command Center

Baton Rouge, Louisiana, April 2015... PreSonus® is pleased to announce the Studio 192 USB 3.0 Audio Interface and Studio Command Center. The new 26 x 32 interface records at up to 192 kHz and combines eight digitally controlled XMAX™ Class A solid-state mic preamps and premium Burr-Brown converters with StudioLive™ Fat Channel signal processing.

Control 24 / Digi 192 no output

Hi guys, Im getting no output when connecting HD core card to digi 192 to control 24.
Digi link from core card to "primary port" on 192.
Analogue output from 192 to "pro tools sources in" on control 24.
Control room output to speakers via ch.1 & 2.

Iv set pro tools ins & outs to A1 & A2. Meter bridges are showing signal but no sound.

24bit/192khz Line-in Recording: Portable Recorder or Laptop + Creative Sound Blaster

Hi! I am interested in doing line-in recordings and I need something portable. After realising that my laptop (using Realtek ALC892) could do only 16bit/192khz recordings, I decided to research more and had the following options.

USB audio interface equivalent to Audiophile 192?

Been using the Audiophile 192 for home recording and wanted something external so I can take it around with a laptop as well. What's a good USB audio interface that's equivalent to the Audiophile 192 PCI card? Brand doesn't necessarily matter but looking for something around the same cost range of the Audiophile 192. Thanks!


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