>>> UweB wrote:
>>> Hi Gale, I made such a recording and added it to the article I mentioned above (http://beis.de/Elektronik/DA2USB/Audaci ... ASAPI.html
It is interesting. It is possible that MME being emulated over WASAPI on Vista and later has removed the 44100 Hz restriction.
You might find a different result on XP.
I made a test on XP. The results are identical(!). I can make a screenshot and a WAV file as before, that's easy, but I guess that you'll believe me. And I would have been very, very much surprised when the result had been different because in the past I often used 192/16 on XP.
Hmm. I can only assume that at some time MME was limited to resampling everything to 44100 Hz, or it would not be said so often.
Can you identify the MME sample rate limit? In Audacity, the MME "actual rate" at bottom right says the same as the Audacity project rate for rates up to 384000 Hz. Until now, I did not believe that.
For DirectSound, "actual rate" for project rates above 192000 Hz shows 192000 Hz, indicating resampling.
UweB wrote:I'm still desperately hoping that there will be a solution that not only 48/24 but also 96/24 will work on Win 10, Audacity and WASAPI.
Well I think that works for some devices now.