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Timing in 44.1kHz

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Timing in 44.1kHz

PostSun May 22, 2016 5:13 pm

Hi..
With BCmodular faders, I can choose a timing preset (ms or s) and I get a timing display value that fit to BC delay modules. But I read somewhere that those values are for 48kHz sample rate, right ? As I always work on 44.1kHz, I made a rule of three and found that by multiplying the BC fader display value by 0.91875 and enter the value I find, the delay should be the right one at 44.1kHz...

I'm really not sure to be clear enough.... :mrgreen:

Let's say.... Euh.... BC modules display time value for 48kHz... As I run in 44.1kHz, I multiply the value of timing I wish by 0.91875 to find the right value I enter in BC modules with timing feature...
Indeed, 0.91875 = 44.1/48 ...

Am I wrong or ..? Thanks to tell me if I'm in the right way ! :|
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Re: Timing in 44.1kHz

PostSun May 22, 2016 6:29 pm

The easiest solution when the source control or destination module doesn't have an SR compensation option is to use the SR compensation module.

This way you don't need to recalculate every time you alter the parameter value in question and your patches will still work as expected at other sample rates.
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Re: Timing in 44.1kHz

PostMon May 23, 2016 5:30 pm

Ah ah ah ! :lol: You see why I must come here and ask ? Otherwise, my capacities are not able to find the answer. Incredible ! I didn't think about it since I know that module exists ! :o

Or maybe I like maths.... :| But I didn't notice...

Thanks a lot, Shark to remain me the existence of that module... :oops:
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Re: Timing in 44.1kHz

PostWed Aug 17, 2016 1:04 pm

Just to be sure... As in the jpg, I must use the time value from the Time fader, right ? And the time value I can read in the 256k delay module is the compensated correct value ? So in the example, the time delay will be 1406.25ms, and will remain the same if I change ULLI setings ?
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Re: Timing in 44.1kHz

PostThu Aug 18, 2016 7:44 pm

Yes, that's how it works :)
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Re: Timing in 44.1kHz

PostThu Aug 18, 2016 7:47 pm

...you can also use a Constant Time module with SR compensation switched on in the Popup panel instead of the Fader + SR Compensation combo in this case ;)
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Re: Timing in 44.1kHz

PostFri Aug 19, 2016 2:26 pm

Grazie mille, SharK ! :)

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