Currently Being ModeratedAug 19, 2009 11:46 AM (in response to jbelt)Re: Sample Rate Issue w/Cubase
The sample rates for the digital outputs are managed using the 'I/O & DIG SELECT' menu on the PODxt Pro which can be access by pressing the button on the faceplate with the same name. The Format option in the Digital Out menu allows you to select the bit depth and sample rate that the PODxt Pro will output from the Digital Outs.
You must also make sure that you are matching these specs in Cubase when you create your project settings.
Currently Being ModeratedAug 19, 2009 12:33 PM (in response to Line6Hugo)Re: Sample Rate Issue w/Cubase
What you described is exactly what process I went through; original recording file was captured at 96KHz/24bit. I went into the Pod's I/O&Dig settings and changed to match Cubase, but could never get the 96K to sync with Cubase. In fact, if I were to try and open that file with the Pod connected to the mac, the program would loose ability to access interel sampling clock all together. A very strange condition. Only way I could work around was to dumb down file to 44KHz and match those settings in the Pod...everything is happy at that point.
Its not a deal killer, but we had captured all the drum tracks at 96KHz, and wanted to keep at that sampling rate all the way till mix down, but the POD's inability to sync, forced the down sampling...kind of a bummer. Was just curious if the USB connection was limited to the 44K and in order to get to the 96K, the AES or S/PDIF connections has to be used?
Currently Being ModeratedAug 21, 2009 11:55 AM (in response to jbelt)Re: Sample Rate Issue w/Cubase
The USB connection will sample up to 48K but won't go beyond that. If you want a higher sample rate then yes, you'll need to use either the SPDIF or AES digital outputs.