Trying to record from the SPDIF output of a Tascam DA-20 DAT. There are various recordings at different sample rates - some at at 32kHz (long play) others are at 48kHz. I am going from the Tascam’s SPDIF output into an RME Fireface 400, using the latest drivers for Windows 10. I get the warning that the sample rate may not be correct - if I open the RME Fireface’s control panel I can change the sample rate to match what it states as ‘current’ and I can hear the file playing. If I go into the VST Audio connections settings of Wavelab either I can’t open the Fireface Control Panel at all most of the time, or if it does open and I change the sample rate there to the ‘current’ it just reverts back to 44.1kHz.
I was wondering if anyone encountered this problem and were able to fix it. I thought a possible solution might be to make Wavelab the slave but I can’t find anywhere that I can make that change.
I have reverted to just recording from the analog output of the DAT player, but naturally I would much rather being able to make a digital copy of the dat tapes via SPDIF.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.