Thanks, TobyShark. I did look up the topic of project upsampling in the Cubase manual yesterday morning. For some reason I didn’t think it would be easy; that you may have to export all tracks, upsample them, and import them into a new 48khz project, perhaps with a few time alignment headaches. It all sounds pretty straightforward if Cubase will do it with a minimum of fuss. I should have consulted the manual before posting - my bad. Having said that, is there a third party software, free or relatively inexpensive, that has a noticeably superior conversion algo that you know of, off the top of your head? I can research this if I’m not satisfied with how Cubase 7 handles it. The 20 forementioned songs are mainly for a swing/blues band’s website for booking purposes, although having quality wav and mp3 is a plus.
I’m pretty disappointed with Yamaha for not supporting mLAN anymore (won’t provide 64 bit drivers). It became a very stable 16 x 16 interface between DAW and DM1000 console. We’re having a nightmare getting the Dante card to sync up with Studio Manager / Cubase / DM1000. Will try re-installing drivers and Dante softwares, otherwise technical support with Yam and/or Audinate by morning.
Hopefully we’ll have Dante woes behind us this time tomorrow, can upsample, and run subsequent projects @ 48khz. Next up: recording Bulgarian musicians playing new music on cello, piano, guitar, flute.