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      gldnears
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      My onetrial at shooting an hour and a half concert with the audio being picked off the PA mix and recorded to a separate digital audio recorder wasn’t too harrowing. It took a minimal amount of adjusting forsync in post. . . . but I’m wondering . . . Has anyone here tried recording the audio at a sample rate other than 48K and thendid a sample rate conversion before syncing up to video? I can’t think of any reason it wouldn’t work, but I’d feel a little bit better leaping into a proposed project if I knew somebody else had already climbed this mountain. If the project materializes I will be recording sound via a multi-channel digital interface to a laptop at either 88.2K or 96K, mixing in post, and then doing a sample rate conversion to 48K tosync up with the video.

      Rick Crampton

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