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alienlogic
post Mar 25 2013, 21:23
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Greetings,

I've spent a couple of hours searching the forums and haven't seen this discussed, so opening a new topic to ask the question...

Does Apple's CoreAudio produce quality downsampling results? Since it's already built-in to OS X, I'd just as soon use that than grab other tools. I'm aware of the testing page here, but I fully admit to being a novice when it comes to reading these graphs. I think it shows well (Leopard more than Lion), but I don't have the training or experience to determine authoritatively. I'm also hoping that the quality hasn't dropped between the Leopard and Mountain Lion releases...

So does anyone have any experience with this? And related- does the XLD tool leverage CoreAudio properly and use good settings for SRC?

(I would be downsampling from 48khz and 96khz to 44.1)

Thanks all
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alienlogic
post Mar 26 2013, 19:01
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Thanks all. I'd seen reference in other discussions to the quality of some free ones, and how not-good even some professional SRCs could be, so wanted to be sure. Appreciate the feedback.
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