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RecordingCreating a new project ► Setting the audio sampling rate and bit depth

Each Music Creator project has an audio sample rate (see Sampling rate) and an audio driver bit depth (see Bit depth) that indicate the level of accuracy with which audio data are sampled and processed. The same parameters are used for all the digital audio in a project. When you create a new project, if you do not want to use the default setting, you must choose a sampling rate before you start recording audio.
Music Creator lets you choose from several different sampling rates: 11025 Hz, 22050 Hz, 44100 Hz and 48000 Hz. The default used by Music Creator is 44100 Hz, the same rate as audio CDs. However, you may choose a higher rate and later mixdown to 44100. You can also enter any hardware-supported value in the Sampling Rate field. Consult your hardware documentation for supported sampling rates.
Go to Edit > Preferences > Audio - Driver Settings.
Select a value in the Sampling Rate drop-down menu, and a value from the Audio Driver Bit Depth drop-down menu.
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