I'd like to know what is the best way to deal with the following situation.
I want to create a 44.1 kHz program with NAT.
- I connect outputs to inputs to let NAT check the sample rate latency. (offset)
- Saving the setting
- Then I connect the real source to the input
- Sampling begings
- Now I want to record the same source with 96 kHz
Since I need to connect outputs to inputs again to check the latency for the new sampling rate, its a bit cumbersome.
It would be good if there was a way to save the two settings once and be able to switch between them.
Or manually type in the offset?
I use a fireface 800.
I'm thankful for any tips
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the new latency is different. Just let audio preferences calculate it for you in bypass mode, no gear connected but just a cable, and take note of it, insert it manually when you switch to this frequency rate without calculating it again