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The vocalist recorded his performance in a Protools 5.1 44k session while clocked to 48K (from Apoggee ad8000 external) by accident. Obviously he sang to wrong pitch reference so that at correct setting (i.e. 44k)his vocal is pitched down (timbre-wise but IN KEY to track) and at 48k music tracks are pitched up( all timing is correct and again IN Key to each other). Is there a trick to sample rate convert his vocal to correct pitch and timimg (to 44K). We have access also to Serato Pitch & Time so if there is no direct conversion trick is there a calculation for the pitch offset we would use in Pitch & Time? THANKS IN ADVANCE LOOPY C

Chris R. Gibson

aka Loopy C


Ken Tamplin Mastering

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Did you try a search on these forums? It seems like there was a very similar question posted a couple months back. Sorry, I've got no solution other than cutting the vocal track and sending it to a new project, then change the backing tracks to 44.1, if that's the pitch they're supposed to be, and time compress the vocal to the same length, then put it back into the mix. Maybe I didn't fully catch your question, though.
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