Low or unusual sample rates

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  1. LSR_Giggity

    LSR_Giggity New Member

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    Sorry for what is probably a basic question:


    My work involves unusual and mostly low sample rates. Here is an example:

    - I have an audio file at 14,312Hz, 16 bit stereo.

    - I want to play back the file from my editor program (Sound Forge, Windows)

    - I have a Sound Blaster Audigy card or something similar.

    - I am only using the analog outputs of my card. No digital outs or digital gear interfacing via digital connections.

    - I have the option of using any valid driver for the card (KX, Creative, ASIO, Windows Classic, etc.).


    The question is: With this kind of setup, does anyone know if it is possible to hear the audio playing back at the file's native rate of 14,312Hz, without the card doing any resampling whatsoever? (for example: card or driver SR-converts data to 22,050Hz).

    Thanks in advance for your advice and opinions.

    LSR_Giggity
     
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    LSR_Giggity New Member

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    Giggity??
     
  3. janez

    janez Active Member

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    I doubt it! Here is something from a thread that Max recently referred to:

     

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