Re: [LAU] sample rate converter?

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To: Grekim Jennings <grekimj@...>
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Date: Friday, September 27, 2013 - 4:57 pm

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2013/9/27 Grekim Jennings

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I don't know about zresample but (if my memory doesn't fail me)
sndfile-resample automatically restarts in case of clipping and adds some
headroom.

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2013/9/27 Grekim Jennings <grekimj@acousticrefug=
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Thanks Fons. Do you have a recommendation for how much headroom to leave=
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before the conversion, and if you do clip during the conversion is there
any sort of warning? I used to leave around 1.5 dB. The way I used to
go about this was to apply all limiting to the 24-bit 48000 kHz track,
then SR convert, then normalize (to ~ -0.3 dB) or set a final level, and
finally dither/quantize.I don&=
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[LAU] sample rate converter?, Grekim Jennings, (Fri Sep 27, 2:10 pm)
Re: [LAU] sample rate converter?, Fons Adriaensen, (Fri Sep 27, 9:15 pm)
Re: [LAU] sample rate converter?, Felix Homann, (Fri Sep 27, 4:57 pm)