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How to correct incorrectly clocked audio in Pro Tools

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Hey guys! Thanks for visiting us this fine day for another amazing Pro Tools lesson here at Central Beats. Today we will be jumping into: How to correct incorrectly clocked audio in Pro Tools
How to correct incorrectly clocked audio in Pro Tools

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  1. It's worth nothing that there is another way to correct the sample rate issue described in the video. If you had some audio which was recorded into a 48khz session with an exernal clock set to 44.1 (so the audio files would be identified as 48khz but would actually be 44.1khz), you could import that audio into a new 44.1khz session and choose not to enforce sample rate conversion. This would also give the correct playback speed in the session. Bear in mind though that the files themselves would remain at a misidentified sample rate in this case.

  2. Well explained, demonstrated and put together. Finally someone who edits great/informative/concise and correct pro tools videos. Nice work as usual Mr. Maunder. Love the consistency. Cheers.

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