SONAR supports all common sampling rates. Only one sampling rate is allowed per project. It’s usually better not to change the sampling rate of a project, because this involves exporting your tracks one at a time, and then importing them at the new sampling rate. During this process you lose clip boundaries, envelopes, and other separate data that is mixed into the exported tracks.
1. Go to Edit > Preferences > Audio - Driver Settings and change the Sampling Rate field to the desired number. You can choose from the available options, or enter any number that your hardware supports.
2. Click OK.
1. Select an audio track and use the File > Export Audio command to open the Export Audio dialog box.
2. Select the options you want, and click Export to export the track.
4. After you have exported all the tracks you want to convert, go to Edit > Preferences > Audio - Driver Settings and change the Sampling Rate field to the desired number.
5. Use the File > New command to open a new project.
6. Use the File > Import > Audio command to open the Import Audio dialog box.
7. Select the audio files you just exported (hold down the CTRL key while you click each one), and click Open to import the files.
Use the File > Import > Audio command to import the audio file(s) (this converts them to the project sampling rate).
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