NAT generated Wave file not recognised by my DAW

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NAT generated Wave file not recognised by my DAW

Post by soundsgood » Mon Apr 24, 2017 9:57 am

Hi all.
Based on Tim Wisecup's SOS articles, I have made a few offline attempts to generate a wav file to load into my DAW to capture a preamp.

Using 7-10 kernels' 32 or 64 bit, 48 or 44.1k and leaving most other parameters alone, I get a wave file that is unrecognisable to Pt or Logic and won't play on a windows or Mac desktop. It's 400 to 500 MB in size.

I have NAT running on a MacBook with no audio I/O settings configured (don't need that for offline mode?) and according to NAT on windows 7' it's a Microsoft wave file that is being generated. That's my only option.
Latest version of Nebula pro on Mac and widows but not authorised yet on windows machine. NAT seems to work fine though.

Do I need a different codec or something??

Any idea's please? I'm bald so I have no hair to tear out!!

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Re: NAT generated Wave file not recognised by my DAW

Post by soundsgood » Wed Apr 26, 2017 10:27 pm

Figured it out.
It seems that in even in offline mode, you still need your audio interface settings entered correctly for the VVT (wav) file to be generated.

Due to the fact that I was running windows on a MacBook without a working audio driver - no go.
As soon as I loaded the " asio for all " windows driver - all go.

I'm updating this in case somebody else has this problem.

Over & out.

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