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    H1N Recording at low Pitch, how to fix?

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    I have an H1N Zoom microphone and am using it through it's USB and Windows 10. However, when I come to record anything with it, playback is a lower pitch than it should be. I can't find any solution with my Google Fu, so is there any way I can fix this?

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    Make sure sampling rates match

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    OK, thanks, how do I set them on Windows 10? I've not been able to find the settings.

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    Found them! They are not easy to locate. Changed the rates and it works perfectly! Thank you!

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