It used to be that if my project settings were 48k 24bit that I could import wav files that were 44k or vice versa. I could have a project set to 44k 24bit and import a 48k file. Cubase would handle the rate differences. Now in 9.5 if I import a wav file that is not the same exact rate set in the project settings NOTHING will play in the song. This includes any VST/MIDI tracks. It’s just silence. If I change the rate of the wav file to the same rate in the project settings and THEN import the wav file everything plays fine.
- It is annoying and time consuming to have to figure out which files are at a different rate.
- It is annoying and time consuming to have to change the rate of that file in a project.
Is there a setting somewhere that can turn this off or is this an issue that has now been fixed in 10? I’m getting so fed up with Cubase and the issues that I have with constant audio dropouts and things like this that I am about ready to switch to a new DAW despite using Cubase since the very first version came out a million years ago.