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    Question Fostex d2424 plays back slow

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    I made a recording of a band using a d2424 and now I would like to mix it down. I have set at 24 bit with a sample rate of 48 (the same as when i recorded). What's the problem and how can i fix it?

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    Even though you say you recorded at 48kHz sampling, I'd check that you didn't accidentally have it at 88.2 or 96kHz. Speed problems are very often to do with a mismatch in sample rate. I guess the other thing to check is the sync menu to see if it's trying to lock to a wrong frame rate or world clock rate.

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    ok thank's i'll check. Do you think if I change the frame rate or sync with midi and just speed it up, it will work

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