Creating a New Session in Logic Pro X – Pro Mix Academy
Logic Pro performs a real-time, native sample rate conversion. The native software sample rate conversion function matches the sample rate of any audio hardware, thereby allowing the playback of projects on virtually any audio system, even if the hardware is—in sample rate terms—not compatible.
It’s recommended not to record live instruments or include virtual instruments while in a spatial audio session. You should instead convert your session once you have completed all recordings. This shouldn’t be a problem as most microphones record in mono or stereo outputs anyway, rather than in a multi-surround format.
You can use the Dolby Atmos plugin and the 3D Object Panner in post-production to change the spatial properties of your recordings later on. Let’s go over the process of setting up your spatial audio session in Logic Pro.
Thanks DZ. Never tried, but you could select the See what that does. That does nothing. I’ve never put the two together in a Timeline raw before. But, I know in a Sync clip they drift out of sync over time. You can always manually change the speed of an audio clip Cmd-R. If you want a clip to play at the wrong speed use Retime and turn off pitch correction unless you want it corrected. Trusty old Digital Performer fixed it for me.
But it still didn’t work. Problem is that it needs to exactly match the audio from my camera, so retiming is not really an option. I was hoping that the difference was due to some original error in conversion between Thing is that it seems like the audio was played a tiny bit slower on playback how the heck would that happen?
And the audio files I’ve been given doesn’t match the audio in the footage! Have no clue anymore what to do. Any suggestions? Hi Dmitri, First let’s get something out of the way: when you drop a So that’s not the problem. If you want we can have a look at the files. OK, I’m confused. Do they match or not? Do you want them to or not? Check to make sure the sample rate settings match. Most external audio interfaces have an application usually accessible in System Preferences or in the Applications folder that you can use to view and change hardware settings, including the device’s sample rate.
See the documentation for your device for more information. If your project’s sample rate doesn’t match your interface’s sample rate, select the correct sample rate from the Sample Rate pop-up menu. See the documentation for your interface for more information. Freeze any tracks in your project that have plug-ins. Check sync settings if you’re syncing other applications or devices to Logic Pro, or if you’re syncing Logic Pro to another application or device.
One answer is that many people, including scientists, claim that humans can perceive sounds as high as 50 kHz through bone conduction. That claim may theoretically be correct, but through air humans only hear up to about 20 kHz, so in a perfect world 20 kHz would be all the frequency range needed by humans. A more practical reason for different sample rates is that Interfaces, A-D converters, and even plugins may sound different at different sample rates, depending on their architecture and how they deal with aliasing.
The plugins then filter out the unwanted high frequencies and reduce the processed audio back to the original sample rate. Oversampling comes at the expense of CPU power and latency but can produce less colored processing.
Next time you put a maximizer on your mix, audition the plugin with and without oversampling turned on to see if you hear a difference. Some processors do not allow the user to choose the oversampling and we just have to listen carefully to decide if we like the resulting audio. Oversampling is especially important for plugins like compressors, limiters, saturators, and exciters which inherently create harmonic distortion.
I have surveyed many professional producers, mixers, and mastering engineers, and most commercial top records are recorded, mixed, and mastered at Professional studios use high-quality converters which sound great at all sample rates and the main reason to stick to Many pop songs contain hundreds of audio tracks and high sample rates could limit the ability to use CPU-intensive plugins.
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