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Re: Sample Rate

jbeach2646
Just curious, but isn’t sample rate fixed, e.g., 44,100 or 48,000?  That, is, it does not vary with the pitch or frequency of the transposition of the wave file from the fundamental frequency at which it was recorded, which corresponds to the “root key” designated in the soundfont editor for the purpose of creating a stop at a specific footage?
 
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Aaron Laws
On Fri, Mar 31, 2017 at 3:12 AM, John Beach <[hidden email]> wrote:
Just curious, but isn’t sample rate fixed, e.g., 44,100 or 48,000?  That, is, it does not vary with the pitch or frequency of the transposition of the wave file from the fundamental frequency at which it was recorded, which corresponds to the “root key” designated in the soundfont editor for the purpose of creating a stop at a specific footage?
 
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John Beach

That's right. Sample rate is fixed coming out of fluidsynth (or whatever). You can change it, but not on the fly. And there's a lot more information where that comes from ;-)

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Aaron Laws

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