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Old 2004-12-28, 09:48 AM
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Re: Downsampling - how?

I tried changing the pitch of a 48kHz mp3 to 44.1kHz using CEP once and it sounded terrible! It really lost something in the highs. I would probably just dump it in Nero, write it to a CDRW, extract it with EAC, then try to "outperform" Nero using Soundforge. Just keep a copy of the original available for listening and try to match your new downsampled version as closely as you can to the original using eq. I can't tell you what settings to use in Soundforge 'cause I don't know that prog. Dithering might help but probably not very much. hope this helps
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