Unfortunately for me, I like to work at 48, but the only libraries I have that are natively at that rate are Tim P's.TranscendingMusic wrote:obviously I'm not alex but consider this general truth: any time you can avoid conversion, you are getting the best fidelity. Plain and simple. Conversion is another process after all. In fairness, the Nebula conversion, comparatively speaking, is indeed really good. The sentiment there is "no difference" is always a bit loaded versus native rate. But it is based on the implicit fact that yes there is a difference with any additional process involved however it is a comparative idea that does involve understanding the quality you get in the compromise of conversion . So all things being equal, no conversion means removing just another process.
This isn't about which rate is better, so consider this as well: working at 44.1 is better to use 44.1. Conversely at 96, it's better at 96...etc
So, should it be the case that Nebula "forces" me to work at 44.1 to get the best benefit from all of my libraries?