why i can't get a great sound at 96000khz and even more at 192000khz.
I don't want to be restricted at 44.100khz or 48000khz.
I tried all sound i create and download via cloud and that seam to sound better at 44.1 or 48.
That's not supposed to be like that, 96000khz is supposed to be better quality sound?
ellryn last edited by ellryn
Short answer: higher sample rates only provide greater bandwidth. You will not get any benefit quality-wise.
Long answer: https://www.soundonsound.com/sound-advice/q-should-i-use-high-sample-rates
Joe Kuo last edited by
Higher sampling rate has the potential to sound better if the design and components used are matched to. Guess which is better, a $100 192kHz audio interface or a 48kHz Apogee Rosetta? ;-)
Even where you'd think higher sample rates would make the biggest difference (and I mean the internal sampling rate of the plugin, not the sampling rate into and out of it), in the issue of aliasing, it really may not...Some of these plugins let you crank the oversampling up until your computer spits its hard drive out, but it doesn't always make much of a difference if any.
I made this video after watching someone talking about bends in Bias, though its possible it wasn't even an aliasing problem he was showing. In my video I do some oversampling tests as well
i have a really good computer and a focusrite 18i8 pluged in usb3 and when i switch from 48000khz to 96000khz the sound is not the same and it seam to sound more badly i just wonder why is it bias that can't handle 96000khz???
danbieranowski last edited by
@d-audyquattro I've used Bias at 88.2 without issue. I can't imagine 96 being a problem, but I don't really use that sample rate.
why are you using that sample rate over 96 000khz?