Sample-rate conversion

Discussion in 'Converters / Interfaces' started by captain_analogue, Feb 15, 2001.

  1. I posted this on RAP a few weeks back and never got a satisfactory answer. Perhaps one of y'all knows.
    I made some digital transfers from DAT to CD (Tascam CDRW5000).
    Unfortunately, the DAT was recorded @48kHz (by someone else), so the
    burner had to convert to 44.1. I noticed that when the transfer was
    SPDIF optical the counters on the two machines never agreed with each
    other, but when I used AES/EBU they stayed in synch. Is there a
    difference in how the clock signal is derived/transfered, or what? So
    far, this only resulted in one matched set of "coasters", but those
    were some Maxell CDs which somebody gave me to make copies.

    PS, this was a tape of a live show, there are no start IDs on the DAT after the
    first one.
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