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    GVI sounds different in different sampling rates?

    Hi,

    I found something interesting...........I am doing a midi sequencing using Nuendo2, GVI (vsti), VSL samples right now.

    I have noticed that in different sampling rates (44.1, 48, & 96 KHz), some part of my French Horns sounds noticebly different.

    At 44.1KHz (the horns play softer like piano), 48KHz (the horns play more intense like mezzo forte), 96KHz (the horns play almost swelling, very intense, amybe forte/fortissimo). Originally the midi sequencing was in 44.1KHz, so I intended the horns should be played in softer way (piano).

    Any idea?

    Thanks.

    hc.

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    Re: GVI sounds different in different sampling rates?

    hc,
    That's weird. What library (and what sample rate was the library in)?

    -Belbin

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    Re: GVI sounds different in different sampling rates?

    It is VSL Pro Ed. and I think it should be 16bit/44.1KHz.

    hc.

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    Re: GVI sounds different in different sampling rates?

    It looks like the midi mod wheel control data for modulation is screwed up when I choose different sampling rates.

    hc.

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    Re: GVI sounds different in different sampling rates?

    Nice to see a fellow Scope junkie here. VSL 'eh? You have great taste in all applications.

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