I have read many threads about sample conversion in Cubase in this forum, but I haven’t quite found an answer to my question.
I have the Allan & Heath QU32 which has a fixed sample rate of 48000. When I open old projects (in Cubase 10.5 Pro), I get the warning that my project has a lower rate (44.100) which is normal (my old interface ran at 44.100).
I could convert to 48000, but I wonder if this is really necessary? I exchange Cubase projects with a co-producer a lot and my colleague works at 44.100, so it would be easier to work with the same sample rate.
Is it “bad” somehow to ignore Cubase’s warning and keep everything at 44.100? Or will I get in trouble?
P.S. I know I can bounce the tracks to exchange the audio files, but we prefer exchanging the entire project.